What does a Web Developer do?
Web developers work within the design code and modification of websites according to their client’s specifications to handle every aspect of the process of a website’s creation from layout to function. They make their clients’ visions become a reality by ensuring the finished website has its appropriate and fitting applications.
Web developers handle the look and feel of a website as well as its technical and logistical components. This includes performance and capacity measurement and continuing to create and test its applications once they are in hand. They write code for the site often using HTML or XML programming languages and codes, and they break technical aspects down into simpler terms for the client. They will also collaborate with graphics teams and design departments to determine the website’s specific look, feel, and layout. They are also often responsible for the monitoring of the website’s traffic once it goes live. Web developers have completed a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related fields.
Web Developer Salaries
Average Base Pay
Web Developer Insights
“I have recetnly started in this company and i think i will have a good and long career ahead.”
“Good payment for your work and recognizes you if you and your work is worth of”
“It is not a permanent cons but after lockdown salary time is little bit delayed.”
“Interview was good but not selected bcz they want latest technology that was not in my resume.but”
“I have been working at Toppscholars for almost a year and to be honest this is a very good organization.”
“I enjoyed the work which was challenging and eventually made me a much better developer than when I started.”
“I have been working in a good team of 5 people and we ensure Website infrastructure is good.”
“• They will tell you career growth is important and do nothing to grow your career.”
Web Developer Interviews
Web Developer jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a web developer
- Software Engineer
- Software Developer
- Front End Engineer
- Full Stack Engineer
The most common qualifications to become a web developer is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.