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Top 5 Free HTML and CSS Courses to Learn Frontend Web Development in 2019 - Best of Lot

HTML and CSS are two pillars of web development, they are used to create web pages you see every day. HTML provides the structure to your web page and CSS provides them the style to look better. If you want to become a front-end web developer or web designer then a good knowledge of HTML and CSS is a must. Even though modern day web development is all about framework and library e.g. Angular and React, you still need to know HTML and CSS to understand what's going on and troubleshoot any issue you face while developing a web application. Btw, JavaScript is another pillar of web development but we'll not discuss this article. I have already shared some good books and courses to learn JavaScript before

15 People Java Developers Should Follow on Twitter

If you are passionate about Java and would like to follow Java bloggers into Twitter then here is my list of 15 people you can follow on Twitter to keep yourself up-to-date and engage in Java world. These people regularly share the latest things in Java, JVM, Spring, Hibernate, and other Java technology. By following them, you will not only know about their latest work but also what's happening in Java world. You might be thinking just 15 people, well, there are many more which is not in this list but I regularly share their twitter handles via my twitter account @javinpaul and @Javarevisited. If you are following me then you will automatically get to know about them.

Top 10 JavaScript (Frontend + Backend) Frameworks and Libraries Web Developer Should Learn in 2019

There is no doubt that JavaScript is now the #1 programming language in the world and also the king of web development. If you want to become a web developer who can quickly create websites like you see on the internet then a good knowledge of JavaScript and various, popular JavaScript web development framework is very important for you. These framework has completely changed the way people develop web application a decade ago. After node.js, its even possible to create a complete web application from front-to-back using just one programming language, JavaScript. That's why it has become the favorite programming language of all Full-stack Web Developers.