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I am new to Web Application Development.
Can Anybody suggest how to start with?
I know a very little of HTML and no Java Script.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Pick up a book and start playing.

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Think up some simple tasks you would like to perform and then start playing. If you get stuck simple searches on the web and/or on javaranch can help you out. Keep increasing the difficulty/amount of work for a task and you should start knowing both HTML and javascript in no time. That's the easiest way to learn in my opinion, applying knowledge right away in applications that could be later used.
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I have a same problem with you. I've learned something about XHTML, CSS and JavaScript. I build a simple web page in my spare time. But I don't know what else need to be learned. Could someone give me a roadmap on the web client development?
 
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