There is a great deal of debate among web developers when the issue of programming languages that beginners should learn is broached. The discussion often gets heated, as there is a difference of opinion between the different kinds of programming languages designed for the web and which ones should be learned first. However, in our view, each one of them gives the developer different abilities. So when a newbie is asking what language you should learn as their first. They should first ask themselves, what abilities does he/she want to have and what type of code will they be writing. People want to learn how to create websites; they actually do not know what gives a website properties and features. Therefore, we will try to simplify it for you today.
Essentially, you can divide the various programming languages that you need to know into two different classes the Front End and the Back End.
Learning both of these languages is mandatory for web developers as well as most web designers.
We, however, believe that there are other languages, which are even easier to learn with a simpler syntax.
Note- These are only a few of the many languages out there that can be used to create a backend for your website. Some of the others like C, C++, Java, ASP.net, and Perl. But, if you look at the web developer market today, the 4 languages we’ve already discussed are the most common ones and newbies are getting their feet wet with web programming usually prefer to start by learning them first and then branching out to the more difficult ones. For example, it is best to use the ones we recommended before you get into smartphone/web apps using Apple’s SWIFT development language for the iOS Operating System.