need help going further in web development, suggest me

+8 Mahendra Aanjna · October 23, 2016
I have learned the HTML and CSS for web development. what should I learn next for dynamic web pages ? also suggest what is new in the field and not the traditional one that is going to be obsolete in near future.

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+3 Scott Walker · October 23, 2016
If you've learned html and css, I'd recommend going for the basics of Javascript but mainly Typescript which is the next big front end programming language. Alongside this, learn a backend language, I'd stay away fro Php as it's slowly dying. C# asp.net is one that I'd recommend.
+1 paul gares · November 1, 2016
html,css,javascriot,html 5 am i in the proper way ?
then my next is php 
+1 Jacob Selvestar · December 5, 2016
If you have already learned  HTML and CSS then you should now learn Javascript which is very advanced technique in web development. You can also learn C# with .net, JAVA, PHP etc. to become an expert in web development area. If you would like to know more about managed IT services then click here. http://www.gatewaytechnolabs.com/managed-it-services
+1 Abdullah Nauman · December 5, 2016
JavaScript is a must. I would recommend Sam's Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours by Michael G Moncur. You can either purchase it here:  

https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=oz3KCQAAQBAJ&source=productsearch&utm_source=HA_Desktop_US&utm_medium=SEM&utm_campaign=PLA&pcampaignid=MKTAD0930BO1&gclid=COHr9NiR3tACFVDr6Qodi_UPbg&gclsrc=ds
 
or look in our local library. 
+1 James Aidan · April 23, 2017
After HTML and CSS, you can learn Javascript. A nice languale. You can give start from here>> http://findnerd.com/NerdDigest/Javascript/
+1 Barik Yusif · June 15, 2017
i suggest you learn PHP and JavaScript next and for new things available I'll recommend box model which is covered in Bucky's Tutorials and we now have Typescript which is
the next big front end programming
language you can learn that too.
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