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  • Full stack guidance

    updated 7 months, 1 week ago 0 Member · 1 Post
  • Maverick

    October 28, 2019 at 5:17 pm

    Hello, I am a student and want to get to working on solo projects but unsure of which path to take within development. I wanted to try a full stack project and currently on the process but I do not want to get too far and not use the right technologies or spend too much time in an area I shouldn’t have. I’ve touched x86/MIPS, C, Java, C++ and Python so far for school but haven’t done much besides assignments/small projects which usually comes with a lot of guidance at times. Here are my questions: What do I need to look for in a host? I see that some provide much more control but is there anything in particular I need to look for since I want to use multiple languages for different aspects. Any type of guidance to set me in the right path is greatly appreciated. This is my idea: I want to use text messaging as a form of interacting with my web app and allow others to interact with it and also to upload to my database. Reason is sms can sometimes be the only way to update anything without data especially at times of congestion. Front end – python(flask)/javascript(jquery)/html/css(bootstrap) Database – sqlite3 (will probably change it) Backend to DB – Python to interact with database(I wanted to use cython but unsure if I could use it on a web host) SMS backend – Java or Kotlin? I want to migrate from using the twilio api to using an android phone which would be used to receive texts and push as a post request which is what twilio does(I have an older Samsung 5 which I could use atm) I could also use a phone as a modem but I feel this will probably take a while for my level of experience. – by hq overview BryanLV – –

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