How to Remove WordPress from cPanel Softaculous?

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You can easily install and remove WordPress from cPanel Softaculous.  

This tutorial article will help you to uninstall WordPress from cPanel Softaculous.  

  1. Login to your cPanel account

2. Click on the Softaculous App Installer section and click on WordPress.

3. After that you can click on the Installations tab where you’ll see all the installations.

4. Under Installations, you’ll see the dashboard consists of different options. Click on the red dustbin icon under options for the domain that you want to remove:

5. After clicking on the red dustbin icon, you’ll be redirected to this page.

6. Click on the button Remove Installation. You’ll be asked last time about removing the installation and you just need to click OK

When you click on the OK button,

7. You’ll get on the page informing installation was removed successfully.  

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Steps to Install WordPress using Softaculous

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This tutorial will help you to install WordPress using Softaculous.

Log-in to your cPanel (Control Panel)

The very first step is to login to your cPanel (control panel) login page and enter the correct details.  

After login, you can check for the Softaculous icon in the control panel as shown in the screenshot below. It will redirect you to Softaculous Endures panel.

Operate the Softaculous from your control panel.

Select the WordPress

Under Softaculous endure; you’ll see the multiple scripts lists from which you’ve to select the WordPress.

Click on the Install button which will showcase the install form.  

After clicking on the Install button, you’ll be redirected to the install form. 

Fill the all necessary details in the install form shown in the screenshot below. The form consists of many details that are prefilled by the default, you can also change it as per your requirement or leave it as it is and continue with the installation with default values.  

Select the installation URL

Select the domain and folder in which you want to install of WordPress. Also, select HTTPS to ensure your website is secure by using a SSL Certificate.

Note: If you want to install WordPress in document root i.e instead of subdirectory i.e. then leaves the In Directory field blank. 


Finish the remaining installation setup. You can select the version of WordPress as per your requirement. We recommend using the most recent release, as it will be secure and compatible with most of themes and plugins.

In the Site Setting section, you need to type Website Name and Description. However, you can change this after installation.  

Finish the Admin Account section

For the admin username, it’s suggested to use something unique than the default ‘admin’ for the username, as this is the default for all WordPress installations and poses a security risk.  

For a password, you can create a password or generate one using the key icon.

An email address is needed to get notifications, including the password reset (if you forgot the password)

Choose Language helps you to select the default language for your website.

Select Plugin(s) helps you to select plugins as per your business.

In the Advanced Options section, mentioned options don’t need to be changed, but they include the database name, table prefix, disable update notification emails, set auto – upgrade, and more.

Rest of the options your web hosting provider will help you to mention in the boxes.  

The Select Theme helps you to select themes as per your business by default, WordPress uses a theme named after the year, but you can select one that fits the purpose of your website.  

After installing the plugin, the next step is to click on Install. A progress bar will get displayed on your installation status and refresh once the installation is done.

Note: during the going process avoid the closing of the browser as it can interrupt the installation.  

Last, you’ll get the notification displaying “Congratulations, the software was installed successfully.

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Steps to buy a license of Webuzo

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Intro: It’s good to see you buying a Webuzo License for smooth working. Webuzo is full of features that make cPanel more worthy and handy than competitors’ software. Buying a license is like asking for comfort in the business and the best thing is it gets activated immediately. You can select the Type of License and find information on the pricing on our Pricing Page.

Steps to buy a license of Webuzo

Create an Account

Create an Account and log in: In the beginning, you’ve to create an account at the Softaculous Client Center and login to your account.

Get the License Key

Login to your control panel as root and click on Webuzo Admin Panel. In the Webuzo admin panel, you can search for the license key for your server.  

Adding a license

Move ahead to the Client Center: Please go to the Client Area and Login. If you’ve an existing license then search in the Webuzo Admin Panel of your server and fill in the License Key on the Add License page. After adding the license key, it will start showing in the client’s area.  A screenshot of the client’s area is given below:

Choose Type of License:

In the menu bar > left click on the purchase Webuzo link. Select the Type of License and fill out the form as per the requirement. In case of renewal of an existing license or making a free license to a premium License then enter the License IP Address of the server where Webuzo is going to be installed. Last click on the Purchase Webuzo button to complete the process.

Pay the Invoice

After clicking on the purchase button an Invoice is produced and you’ll redirected to the Invoice. Tap on the PayPal button that reads Check out with PayPal. You will redirect to the Paypal Payment Page which is a secured Gateway to pay.  

Payment is done successfully

After paying for the invoice PayPal will redirect you to the Softaculous Client Area. It will highlight the payment was made successfully and your License has been activated.

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Migration from Another Webuzo Instance

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This guide will help you to Migrate from another Webuzo instance.


  1. It is compulsory to install on the new server.
  2. Keep the same username of the account as the one you’re migrating from the other Panel. For example; If the username is Jenny on the other panel, it must be Jenny on Webuzo also.

Build Domain Structure

Insert domains to the new server from the Webuzo Enduser Panel with the same details that you’ve used on the old server so as to speed up the migration process.   


Move to Webuzo Enduser Panel > Server Utilities > Import from Webuzo

Find below the screenshot of the Import from Webuzo


  • Mentioned correct details in the form
  • Click on Submit to Import Webuzo details.
  • After submitting, you’ll get a message “Migration process is started. Check the logs for more info”


You can manually execute the commands below to import data from another Webuzo instance.

Migration from one Webuzo instance to another can be straightforward with these steps:

Backup Your Data:

It’s strictly suggested to take back up of all data on the old Webuzo instance. This backup includes website files, databases, email accounts, and other migration data. You can take the help of built–in backup and restore functionality to develop backups of the websites and databases.

Set Up the New Webuzo Instance:

Install a fresh Webuzo instance on your new server or hosting environment. Just copy the website file.  

Copy website files:

Transfer your website files from the old server to the new one.  To do this you can use FTP details or SCP. Ensure that file permissions and ownership are mentioned properly on the new server to match the old server.

Export and Import Databases:

Export databases from the old Webuzo instance using tools like phpMyAdmin or the command–-line. Import the database dumps into the new Webuzo instance, making sure to update your website’s configuration files to use the new database connection details.  

Update DNS Records:

If your domain is hosted on a different DNS provider then update your DNS records to point to the IP address of your new server. If your domain’s DNS is managed within Webuzo then update the DNS records in Webuzo accordingly.

Test your website:

Once data migration and DNS records are migrated, it’s time to test your website on the new Webuzo instance to ensure that all is well. Monitor broken links, missing files, and database connectivity issues.          

Email Configuration:

If your email accounts are linked with the domain, configure email settings on the new Webuzo instance to match the old setup. Also, make a copy of the email account data and settings.  

SSL Certificates:

If your website consists of an SSL Certificate on your websites, install and configure an SSL Certificate on the new server. You can use Let’s Encrypt or commercial SSL Certificate providers to avail of this.  


After completion of all steps keep a close eye on the new Webuzo instance for the next few days to make sure that everything is fine. The next step is to check the logs and error messages for any issues that have arisen. Keep in mind that the steps and tools you use may vary based on setup and requirements. It is important to plan and test thoroughly to minimize downtime and potential issues during the migration process.  

Move Webuzo Configurations

  • Insert the contents of the /var/webuzo/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows:

root@host > cd /var/webuzo/

root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_conf.tar.gz *

  • Transfer the above archive to the NEW server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_conf.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/var/webuzo/

  • Now SSH to your NEW Server as root user and extract the archive as follows:

root@host > tar -zxvf /var/webuzo/wuser_conf.tar.gz -C /var/webuzo  That’s it. You have successfully moved the Webuzo Configurations.

Move User Account

  • Include the contents of the /home/USER/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows:

Note: Replace the USER with your Webuzo USERNAME. Transfer to the home directory of the user account.  

root@host > cd /home/USER/

root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_account_data.tar.gz *

  • Move the above archive to the NEW server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_account_data.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/home/USER/

  • Now SSH to your New Server as root user and extract the archive as follows:

root@host > tar -zxvf /home/USER/wuser_account_data.tar.gz -C /home/USER

Move Databases

It is compulsory to install MySQL on the new server.  

  • Include the contents of the/var/lib/mysql/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows:

root@host > cd /var/lib/mysql/ 

root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_mysql_data.tar.gz *

  • Move the above archive to the NEW server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_mysql_data.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/var/lib/mysql/

  • Now SSH to your NEW Server as root user and extract the archive as follows:

root@host > cd /var/lib/mysql/ 

root@host > tar -zxvf wuser_mysql_data.tar.gz

Install SSL Certificates

  • In STEP 1, SSL Certificates and keys are moved.
  • Don’t miss to install individual certificates from the Webuzo Enduser Panel.

Move Emails

  • Include the contents of the /etc/vmail/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows:

root@host > cd /etc/vmail

root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_email_accnts.tar.gz *

  • Move the above archive to the NEW server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_email_accnts.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/etc/vmail/

  • Include the contents of the /var/local/vmail/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows:

root@host > cd /var/local/vmail 

root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_email_data.tar.gz *

  • Move the above archive to the NEW server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_email_data.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/var/local/vmail/

  • Now SSH to your NEW Server as root user and extract the archive as follows:

root@host > tar -zxvf /etc/vmail/wuser_email_accnts.tar.gz -C /etc/vmail/ 

root@host > tar -zxvf /var/local/vmail/wuser_email_data.tar.gz -C /var/local/vmail/

  • Done, you have successfully transferred your FTP accounts.

Contact Support:

Move FTP Users

Note: Change the url from /usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/pure-ftpd/ with /etc/pure-ftpd for Webuzo version 2.0.6 or lower

  • Include the contents of the /usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/ directory on the OLD Server to an archive as follows

root@host > cd /usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/

  root@host > tar -pczvf wuser_ftp_data.tar.gz *

  • Move the above archive to the New server as follows:

root@host > scp -p wuser_ftp_data.tar.gz root@NEW_IP_ADDRESS:/usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/

  • Now SSH to your NEW Server as root user and extract the archive as follows:

root@host > tar -zxvf /usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/wuser_ftp_data.tar.gz -C /usr/local/apps/pureftpd/etc/

  • Done, you have successfully transferred your FTP accounts.

Contact Support:

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How to Import From cPanel to Webuzo

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This article will guide you on importing databases from cPanel to Webuzo.             


Move to Webuzo Enduser Panel > Server Utilities > Import From cPanel.  

Find below screenshot from cPanel:

Remote Import


  • Fill the form with the cPanel server, user, and password details.
  • Tab on Submit to Import the cPanel Account.

A below-mentioned screen shot indicates Import process has started successfully.

  • Once completion is done then you’ll receive the email.
  • Import logs can be found at /usr/local/webuzo/includes/cli/cpanel_migration.log

Local Backup File Import


  • Circulate the Form with the cPanel Server, User, and backup file path details.
  • Click on Submit to Import the cPanel Account.

A below-mentioned screenshot indicates Import process has started successfully.

  • On completion of the Import process, you will receive an email.
  • Import logs can be found at /usr/local/webuzo/includes/cli/cpanel_migration.log

Important tip

Note: This feature is available in the BETA stage as of now.  

  • You need to install a fresh Webuzo Server and the name of the Webuzo user should be the same as the cPanel Username
  • Import utility will overwrite all your Webuzo user data.
  • Your backup of cPanel must be stored at /home/webuzo_username/ directory.

Once the import process has taken place then you can withdraw the archive.

Domains, Databases, etc are generalized in the Webuzo account like cPanel.

A random password is given to FTP users imported on the new Webuzo server. It is suggested to change the passwords of the FTP user’s account.

Email notifications of the FTP accounts are also created.

Import logs are generated at /usr/local/webuzo/includes/cli/cpanel_migration.log

Import Email accounts if any are not imported

  • Once completion is done then you’ll receive the email.
  • Import logs can be found at /usr/local/webuzo/includes/cli/cpanel_migration.log

Required Inputs

  • cPanel Server Address: IP address or FQDN of your cPanel account.
  • User name – cPanel Username same as Webuzo username.
  • Password – cPanel user password
  • cPanel backup file – Full cPanel backup file name stored on Webuzo machine e.g. backup.tar.gz

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How to Convert cPanel to Webuzo

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This guide will help you to convert your cPanel server to Webuzo. This tool performs many tasks like converting your cPanel server itself uninstalls cPanel, installing Webuzo, and converting all cPanel data to Webuzo. Everything works smoothly and all your users’ websites, domains, databases, emails, FTP accounts, and SSL certificates remain as it is.

Note:  Please ensure you’ve fully backed up your VPS / Server. For the safer side, you need to restore the VPS backup as cPanel will be uninstalled from the server.


The conversion will monitor the requirements and ask for confirmation. It is advised to type yes and press enter to proceed with the conversion.  

Later, you can check converter logs at:


The required time is 5 minutes to 30 minutes based on the resources available on the server and the network connection speed.

Since this takes time, we suggest implementing the above commands using tmux or session, so if your machine disconnects due to an internet connection issue on your desktop the command still runs in the background.  

WHMCS Converter

Webuzo comes with a converter script that helps to convert the WHMCS cPanel hosting accounts to Webuzo. Please refer to the guide.

What Data will be Migrated?

The converter will move the following data:

1) All Domains – Addon, Parked, Sub-domain.
2) MultiPHP preferences per domain
3) All Databases and Database Users
4) FTP Accounts
5) It covers all email-related data like accounts, forwarders, and autoresponders.

6) DNS records
7) SSL Certificates
8) Cron Jobs
9) ACL Packages
10) Users and Resellers with appropriate ownership
11) IP allocation to users and resellers
12) For All plans installed on the cPanel server the same version will be installed on Webuzo.
13) All other data needed for accessing the control panel.

Understand the difference between Converter and Importer?

The converter is responsible for converting the data on the cPanel server itself and doesn’t need a new server. Hence, no IPs are changed. As compared to importer as it does not need to transfer the files across servers. It needs a full backup of the server if in case you need to revert it for restore purposes from the backup.

An importer is required to set up a new server with Webuzo and data is moved from the cPanel server to Webuzo. Further, IPs need to be changed to run the cPanel server compared to cPanel and Webuzo. If you prefer to import the sites instead of in-place converter you can refer to this guide.  

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How to Install CloudLinux OS with Webuzo Control Panel

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Learn how to install CloudLinux OS with Webuzo Control Panel. It is an operating system for multi–tenancy of shared servers. Each customer gets a unique environment, which partitions, allocates, and limits server resources like memory CPU, and connections for each tenant.

Steps to Install CloudLinux OS

Supported CloudLinux versions: CloudLinux 8.x, CloudLinux 9.x

You need to install CloudLinux OS and the guide to follow the instructions:

Note: Don’t forget to reboot the OS once CloudLinux is installed.

Step to Install CloudLinux Plugin

After rebooting the CloudLinux OS, the next is to install the CloudLinux plugin in Webuzo. To get the installed plugin, you have to run the following command.  

wget -N
chmod +x

Install the CloudLinux plugin in Webuzo and allow users and admins to check the CloudLinux utilities.

Note: To eliminate the error showing “reboot the server in the correct kernel in Webuzo Tasks, then opt for right kernel for CloudLinux OS with ‘Ive’ in the name. 

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List of System Requirements to Install Webuzo

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Webuzo is a control panel software designed to simplify the process of website and application management on servers. It provides a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows users to easily deploy and manage various web applications, including content management systems (CMS), blogs, forums, e-commerce platforms, and more.

Webuzo is often used in the context of web hosting services, where it allows users to install and configure popular web applications with just a few clicks. It supports a wide range of applications, including WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and many others. With Webuzo, users can quickly set up and manage their websites without needing extensive technical knowledge.

Key features of Webuzo include:

Application Library: Webuzo offers a comprehensive library of applications that can be installed with ease. It provides one-click installation for popular CMS, e-commerce, and other web applications.

Automated Updates: It simplifies the process of keeping applications up to date by providing automated updates for installed applications. Users can easily manage updates for multiple applications from the Webuzo control panel.

System Monitoring: Webuzo includes monitoring tools to keep track of system resources, such as CPU, memory, and disk usage. This helps users optimize their server performance and ensure efficient operation.

Backup and Restore: It allows users to create backups of their applications and databases, providing an added layer of data protection. In case of any issues, users can restore their applications and data from these backups.

Domain Management: Webuzo enables users to manage their domains and DNS settings from the control panel. It simplifies tasks like adding domains, creating subdomains, and managing DNS records.

Webuzo is compatible with various Linux distributions, including CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian. It is primarily aimed at users who prefer a user-friendly interface for managing their web applications and server resources, making it a popular choice among beginners and individuals who want to simplify their hosting experience.

Here you’ll get a list of System Requirements for operating the Webuzo

Supported Linux Operating System (x86_64) // Should be a FRESH installation

CentOS 7.x / 8.x

AlmaLinux 8.x / 9.x

Ubuntu LTS 18.04 / 20.04 / 22.04

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x / 8.x

Scientific Linux 7.x / 8.x

Rocky Linux 8.x

CloudLinux 8.x / 9.x

  • They offer packages like yum, apt-get, tar, wget.
  • You need RAM of 1GB (we suggest 10GB for best performance)
  • You need disk space of a minimum 5 GB (we suggest 10GB for best performance)

Compulsory Note:

  • PHP, Apache, MySQL should not be installed by default on the server.
  • To match the compatibility with Webuzo you need to disable SELinux.
  •  Allow access to the following domains to your firewall as these are the mirror servers used to download the script plans or apps. (IP : (IP : (IP : (IP : (IP : (IP :

Virtualization Supported




Xen PV or HVM





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How to Install Webuzo V3

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Webuzo is a control panel that is useful for all that is why it’s called a multi-user shared hosting control panel that can be used to provide shared hosting and 100s of applications via Softaculous. However, installation is simple. This guide will help you to install Webuzo on a newly installed Operating System.


  • Newly installed OS from the following list :
    – CentOS 7.x / 8.x
    – AlmaLinux 8.x / 9.x
    – Ubuntu LTS 18.04 / 20.04 / 22.04
    – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x / 8.x
    – Scientific Linux 7.x / 8.x
    – Rocky Linux 8.x
  • YUM / apt-get / tar / wget packages installed
  • RAM – Minimum 1 GB (Recommended 2 GB for best performance)
  • Disk Space – Minimum 5 GB (Recommended 10 GB for best performance)
  • Open Ports – 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 21, 22, 25, 53, 80, 110,143, 443, 465, 993, 995, 587, and 3306 (It is recommended to keep these ports open on your server)
  • SELinux should be disabled

Note: There should be no PHP, Apache, or MySQL installed on the server.


Open a Shell Terminal (e.g. PuTTY) and SSH to your server. Run the following commands:

Default Apps

The “install parameter is optional and if in case it’s not then Webuzo will install the app by default:  

Apache 2.4, MySQL 8.0, PHP 7.3, Pure-FTPd, Bind, Exim, Dovecot, GIT, Web Disk

For allowing Webuzo to install any apps please use the following command:


No Apps

In case, you don’t want Webuzo to install any apps you can use the following value to install the parameter:

./ --install=none

Later you can install apps from Webuzo Admin Panel > Apps > Install an App page.

Selected Apps

To allow Webuzo to install selected apps then you can enter the app names comma-separated to the install parameter:

E.g. ./ --install=apache2, mariadb108,bind,exim,dovecot,php81,php80,php74

Below mentioned are the popular apps for

Web Servers

  • apache2
  • openlitespeed
  • lsws
  • nginx
  • nodejs
  • nodejs14
  • nodejs16
  • nodejs17
  • nodejs18
  • nodejs19

Database Servers

  • mysql80
  • mysql57
  • mariadb109
  • mariadb108
  • mariadb107
  • mongodb
  • pgsql
  • sqlite

Scripting Languages

  • php82
  • php81
  • php80
  • php74
  • php73
  • php72
  • php71
  • perl
  • python2
  • python3


  • exim
  • dovecot
  • bind
  • pureftpd
  • sa (SpamAssasin)
  • jailshell
  • webdisk
  • varnish
  • django
  • passenger


  • csf
  • clamav
  • cxs
  • ImunifyAV
  • ImunifyAV+
  • Imunify360

Find below the list of softnames of all available apps here:

Utilize the softname values from above mentioned list.

Hence, the installation will start immediately. If your network is running slow then you might experience that the installation has stopped.  

In such cases, it’s suggested to continue with the process, once the installation is completed then you’ll see the notification:

The required Web Server and other important configurations are set up.

Note: A log file of the installation process will be created – /root/webuzo-install.log

Login to The Admin Panel

To login to the Webuzo Admin Panel, use this Url:




You have to use the root credentials details of your server for username and password.

Panel Configuration

After installing we suggest checking the panel configuration.  It is located at the Admin Panel > Settings > Panel Config.  

Please monitor the options there and correct anything as per your requirement on the server.  

Server IP, Hostname, and Nameservers

Please enter the valid IP of the server and a hostname so that any user can’t use the same.

You need to point your nameserver to the server’s IP where you want to install Webuzo.  Webuzo will ask you to enter a Primary Nameserver to the server’s IP where you want to install Webuzo. It will also ask you for a primary Nameserver (e.g. ns1 and a secondary Nameserver (

Create A User

Once the panel is configured then you’ve to create endusers / shared hosting users. You have to click on Users >> Add users on the admin panel. Over there, you’ve to enter the user’s domain, username, password and email. After that, you’ve to select the hosting plan if you have created any or manually assign the resources to the user. You can also automate the process and link WHMCS, Blesta, etc.

Add User Wizard

It also allows to creation of resellers who then can create their sub-users.

Access the Enduser Panel

The Webuzo Enduser Panel is located at ports 2002 and 2003:




Users can log in from the Admin Panel, visit the UZsers >> Lists Users Wizard, and click on the icon in the Login column.  

Enduser Panel Screenshot

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Learn Programming Faster with these 7 Critical Tips

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To become a better programmer, you have to be really good when it comes to the data structure, algorithms, design using OOPSmulti-thread and several other programming concepts, for example, recursion, divide and conquer, prototyping and unit tests.

Programming requires combining several skills or abilities, which implies that it is not possible to learn to program in a short period of time. Rather it is a process that involves time and experience and will not happen automatically.

But in this article, I am going to give you 7 essential tips to learn programming faster. These golden rules, each more important than the previous one, are as simple as they are powerful. I advise you not to take them lightly. You will notice how your development time is drastically reduced, without changing your work style.

1. Think about the main objectives of your application:

Always focus on your main motive behind the project. Keep your goal very clear. If you are going to make an application to share photos, the purpose of your application is to share photos. If you are going to make a chat, your goal is to chat. In both cases, your main objective will not be, or add features related to profile photos, or put the menu with dynamic shading, or any kind of extra that you can think of. Be clear about this. What will be your outcome of the project, you should be aware of that. This enables your thinking towards the main objective of your application and your mind will not be diverted on other problems. Forget about the secondary functionalities. Get in the head that your objectives are to program an application prototype with the fair and necessary that allows you to make it work and fulfill what you have in mind to do. You can add extra functionalities later but primarily you should concentrate on the main features only.

2. Read programming books:

There is a big difference between good code and poor code. This is obvious, but how can you distinguish them? Until you see a good code with your own eyes, it is difficult to understand the difference. And this is when the books are very useful since most of the time the authors are great programmers. They offer all their experience in book form. My advice is that if you can get hold of programming books, don’t hesitate. I also recommend reading more classic books and use them as reference books. Also, by reading, you are learning from someone else’s experience, and there are only two ways to improve: either through your own experience (which is limited) or through the experience of others. 

3. Take help from the Internet:

Contribute to Open Source and sign up for Mailing lists. When you contribute to open source projects, especially from Apache, Google, and some others, this is another way to improve your skills as a programmer. The simple fact of registering mailing lists and following the debates and current events teaches you a lot. Because most of the debates are between good programmers, by paying attention you understand the problems and the approach they are given, the solutions and points of view, etc. Over time you automatically acquire good programming habits. To get the most out of them, ask questions, give your point of view if you can, but also weigh and weigh the points of view of others. Be the part of programming communities and forums to solve problems while coding. Stackoverflow is a very good platform to solve queries related to coding where programmers can ask questions and experts in that field can answer your questions.

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4. Make small increments of code in your application:

Make small modules and then test them. This will save your time in debugging a long code. Leave that bad habit you have to write all the entire code and then debug. Doing things this way will waste more than twice as much time in debugging, than in developing code. Remember those hours you lost looking for mistakes that ultimately turned out to be very “dumb.” The test must be very fast. This is important because it cannot interfere with your real work. It has to be as fluid as possible. In addition, your modifications should be focused on causing small changes that you can easily check. In this way, you will always have perfectly bounded errors and you will know the effect that each small step has caused to your application. Write the indispensable code then order it. Every small increase in code should be as fast as possible. For this, we need to make what we want to “add” work as soon as possible. Therefore, it is important to write the essential minimum code so that the change we want to produce is functional. After verifying that the change does what you want, rewrite the code so that it is clean and tidy. And check again.

5. Don’t make programming a recursive problem:

Whenever you try to program something, you will need to learn something new by searching for information online. Sometimes you realize that you need to apply a concept A. But to apply A, you need to understand another concept B. After a while with B, you realize that you need to understand another concept. With the passage of time, we can surprise ourselves trying to find the solution to a problem that is very far from the main problem. Do not fall into this trap. Find information, learn, but never get away from the problem you want to solve. Are you sure there is no simpler way? Maybe it’s time to stop for coffee and continue later.

 6. Practice data structure, Algorithms, and design-related problems:

This is one of the most critical things when it comes to becoming a better programmer. Most of the good programmers are really good in the data structure, algorithms, and fundamentals. By mastering them, you can make the most of everything that is available. Because the structure of the data is a fundamental part of any program, its domain is very useful when troubleshooting. Similarly, a solid knowledge of the principles of programming, and search and sort algorithms, and other typical algorithms help you improve your skills as a programmer.

7. Talk to other programmers and developers:

Reading is a passive exercise when compared to speaking. Talking about development and discussing it with a partner often results in better development and a better application. And it is normal because when you speak your mind is more involved. Most of the programmers find bugs and gaps when discussing their developments with other developers. In the software industry in which programmers usually work in isolation on their computers, chatting and doing sessions on the board helps a lot. Do not sit and chop code, you must also listen, think and spend time with your fellow developers.


Every programmer wants to improve as a programmer, but not everyone is capable. In addition to natural talent and being able to solve problems, it requires a lot of workcontinuous training and consistency to become better. I hope these tips will help you to learn to program faster. Let me know which tip you find out most helpful? 

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