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The only thing I really know about web development is the basics of html and CSS.  

Is it best to learn frameworks first before learning any of the web development basics so it'll be easier, or is there anything specific to be learned first before even exploring frameworks?
 
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It's good to be familiar with the http and https protocol and then it al depends on personal preference.
If you want to make your life a lot easier, it's good to have a look in to SpringBoot.
Also know about mvc architecture, since rest is basicly the same principal (with the big difference that it stateless)
Thirth you need to know about jsp or jsf or some of their templates like thymeleaf
Here is a tutorial that teaches you to create a springboot webapplication with jsp's.
 
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Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:It's good to be familiar with the http and https protocol and then it al depends on personal preference.
If you want to make your life a lot easier, it's good to have a look in to SpringBoot.
Also know about mvc architecture, since rest is basicly the same principal (with the big difference that it stateless)
Thirth you need to know about jsp or jsf or some of their templates like thymeleaf
Here is a tutorial that teaches you to create a springboot webapplication with jsp's.




What do you mean by http and https protocol?  Is that like a specific type of back end development that Spring Boot and MVC use that you need to learn first?
 
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It's not specific to any language, it's the way the browser and server comunicate, whether it's a websit or an application dosn't mather.
look up at the url in your browser, notice the https before the webadres? That's what I'm talking about
Here are the basics.
 
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