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All about TECH industries.

Hey guys everyone of us is interested in knowing about the applications we use on daily purposes,websites we frequently check out and the accounts in which we most of the times remains signed in.So, In this one I am going to write about the functioning of those things which help you function in your daily lives.

Basically the tech industry can be further sub-grouped on the basis of different platforms this means that what you gonna require to make something entirely depends on what you are making.In the current period of time there are 3 platforms which covers everything in the industry.
The following platforms are-

  1. Mobile Applications 
  2. Websites
  3. Web Apps   
To create anything in any of these 3 platforms you need a specific tool (in which your will write your codes and other)with the knowledge of coding in a specific language. 


MOBILE APPLICATIONS -

  • These include applications which you all have on your smart devices.
  • When making a mobile application you need to decide for which operating system you are going to make your respective application.For example - android devices,windows devices or ios devices.
  • For instance lets assume that we are making an application for ios devices than we gonna require a mac and we are going to use the tool Xcode and preferably you are going to write your codes in the language objective-C.
  • Similarly for android devices you need to use the tool most specifically Eclipse or Android studio and language you will be using for your codes would mostly be JAVA.
          So, therefore to make an application on a specific operating system you need a specific tool in which you can write your codes using a specific language.
  • Once you have ended with making up your application (which definitely takes decades to complete if its the first one) you can upload it on the respective operating system then that respective operating system verifies and analyse your application and mostly grant it the the permission to be available to people for download on their respective OS stores.  

Websites- 

  • It basically includes websites used for commercial and other purposes.Like websites of restaurants or local services etc.
  • These are the most initial things to build as you need not to do big amount of programming or any other technical stuff.
  • The tools mostly required to make web pages are text editors(pre-build apps)and the most precise languages you need to learn include HTML,CSS and Javascript. 
  • Hence, you save your files in the particular text editor and upload it on the internet.


WEB APPS - 

  • These are things in which you need to create a account and log in each time you visit the particular page and they sought of want their users to interact with them.
  • Most of these include social networking sites or business contacting sites.
  • Hence things like friend people,contact people, share media, like others media or comment on others media are pathways which creates a significant difference between Websites and WEB APPS.
  • Examples include - FACEBOOK, GMAIL and INSTAGRAM and this goes so on.
  • For building a WEB APP you  need to pick up a language mostly depends on your choice and sought of work.Though, some of the rare ones includes- RUBY, PYTHON and PHP etc.
  • While creating a WEB APP along with a language you also need to pick up database.Database is the thing that holds all the information which includes passwords and other information about a account.
  • Tools that are required are basically the text editors(pre-build apps) and then you save your file and finally upload it to the internet.It like creating a Websites but for this you need more powerful languages than those you need in the Websites.
The major  professions that comes under the TECH industry which make all these platforms come to real existence  includes-

DESIGNER


  • There work is to take care of how things look and how those things work.
  • They take care of the page layout ,typography,motion graphics and quality of code.
  • They use tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator and other basically what it all takes to make their platforms extremely beautiful.




Front-end Developer  
  • They are the people which takes the major design of the platforms that is created by the designer and chops or edit it and modifies it to run in the code field.
  • They are the people who are mainly responsible for the code work and hence they use tools like -HTML,CSS and Javascript.




Back-end Developers 

  • Now the front -end developer will make the platform almost ready by doing all the chopping work and editing work But,the platform is not completely ready till now.You can see it but you can`t interact with it until the back-end developer do`s his work.
  • They make the website ready to interact, means after there work you will be allowed to create a account and log in in that particular platform.
  • They basically wire the whole thing up and connects it to the database.They mostly use things like - RUBY, PYTHON, PHP and JAVA etc.

Hence that is the most basic clarification of how most of the TECH industries functions and work.
Hope that was helpful in understanding that  how to lead a small step within the reach of the TECH industry.


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