I've been doing web development for more than 10 years and my ideal hardware setup would consist of - 1 Mac computer - Doesn't matter what kind, just used to debug browser compatibility issues. 1 Test Server - It doesn't have to have much memory or CPU. It will run the Web and Database servers. 1 Coding Workstation - At least a 2 GHz CPU and a minimum of 2 GB of memory. 1 Imaging Workstation - At least a 2 GHz CPU and a minimum of 3 GB of memory and a high end video card for multimedia and 3D editing.
Mac, no doubt about it.
There are many places where one can register for computer hardware training. One can register for computer hardware training at popular on the web sources such as ITT Tech and Byrant Stratton.
It is a type of language can be understand by computer system . It is used in software development and in web designing.
Computer HARDWARE are actual pieces of a computer, specifically inside.Computer SOFTWARE are virtual pieces of information, like operating systems, web browsers, drivers, and other programs. HARDWARE is the TANGIBLE part of a computer SOFTWARE is the INTANGIBLE part of a computer
That would depend on the load you anticipate on the server, but basically any computer can be configured as a web server - it is a matter of software not hardware.
Les Bate has written: 'Perl' -- subject(s): Perl (Computer program language), Web site development 'Perl Web development' -- subject(s): Perl (Computer program language), Web site development
email is software. They are web-based and accessed on the web, not a component for a computer. You can reach your email from a browser.
That's not really possible to answer, as web browsing doesn't require particularly powerful hardware.
Computer science generally deals with programming and software related things - as opposed to computer engineering which tends to focus on hardware. Computer science may also involve network management, or deal with server computing. Web Development is also sometimes considered a part of Computer Science.
The techniques or technologies used for web development
Bradley D. Brown has written: 'Oracle application server Web toolkit reference' -- subject(s): Database design, Oracle (Computer file), Web servers 'Oracle8i Web development' -- subject(s): Computer software, Development, Oracle (Computer file), World Wide Web
DeVry and Phoenix schools online are two schools where you can obtain a degree in web development. If you are creative and into web designing, you should think about obtaining a degree in web development.