Oleh: etawamulya | Mei 28, 2010

How Web Programming Has Evolved Over the Years

Web programming, like all other technologies, has evolved over the years.  Necessity has been the mother of invention so as people have called for more intricate programming so have those methods been sought out and born.  The evolution of web programming is nothing less than the evolution of computers, technology, and a new expression of the creativity of humankind.

Computers Had To Come First

Before programming could be done, computers had to come into existence.  Then over time the technology of computers had to evolve so that regular people gained access to computers.  Without this evolution, the programming of computers would have been relegated to areas of business and military concerns.

Only those who could pay for computers would bother to commission programmers to create programs to assist them in their specific interests.  This is how it was in the beginning but as individuals gained access to computers the web programming became more about entertainment in addition to being purely functional.  The history of computers is clearly the history of computer programming.

Computer Programming Languages

The evolution of web programming is also the story of the evolution of computer programming languages.  It is these languages that allow for programming to happen and to be carried out successfully.  While in the beginning there were just a few programming languages, this number has grown by leaps and bounds.

In fact, today there are thousands of computer programming languages in existence.  Not all are widely used and many of the ones that are widely used are not static anyway.  Instead, they are still adapting to the needs of modern day programmers so that more can be done more quickly and easily.

From Simple To Complex

The first attempts at web programming were, understandably, nothing more than extremely simple programs by today’s standards.  These fledgling attempts to understand the nature of programming could only imagine how far programming would come.  Anyone who has taken beginner classes in programming or who has attempted any basic programming work can understand just how basic the initial attempts at programming were.

There were few lines of code, few variables, and precious little that could be done with this programming.  As needs became more complex then programming became more complex.  For example, military needs for computers dictated many of the first steps in computer programming.

Work in the areas of encryption, decryption, trajectory calculation, and other calculations pushed the underlying mechanics of programming along so that these necessary tasks could be completed quickly and accurately.  This was back when computers were monstrous in size and more expensive than any small organization, much less any individual person, could afford.

Tracking web programming in a detailed way would take countless volumes.  So many advances in web programming have contributed to this often winding path that the story of this programming would largely be the story of technology itself.  Giving computers greater intelligence and autonomy in carrying out programmed functions has allowed for much of the progress in technology in general.  Computer programming speeds up calculations that allow for technological progress.

Tom Rheinecker enjoys blogging about helping people to obtain a Masters in Computer Science online.



  1. salam berkunjung 😀

  2. Great article! Well done. Please check out my website http://wprogramming.blogspot.com for tips and tricks on web programming.

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