Web Developers work to design, create and handle websites and web applications. They deal with internet as well as intranet websites. They usually are employed by software development companies, IT or IT consulting. Web developers often work for companies; however, some provide their services on a freelance basis.
Most of them works on software, database and the website encoding, known as back-end, or in the engineering and interface part, known as front-end. Nevertheless, there are Web Developers take care of both aspects and offer a complete service and are referred to as Full Stack Developers.
The main objective of a Web Developer should be to create coherent and efficient applications and web services. They should always try to meet clients’ needs.
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