Question About Programming paths
So I've completed the java core and want to look into HTML, but apparently the two go in parallel directions. Like those who learn html go on to css and js. So, what benefits are there if someone learns both? In what contexts are they integratable or usable together? Or is it better to choose one path and focus on that? Also for android development is html/js useful in anyway? Thanks in advance
12/22/2018 3:22:29 PMAsirap
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What should I do after learning Java core? https://www.quora.com/What-should-I-do-after-learning-Java-core Before asking a question on the Q/A, try to search : • Google Advenced Search : Set domain to 》sololearn.com《 for search only on the SoloLearn https://www.google.com/advanced_search • Eclipse Wiki : "Before asking a question on the forums" https://wiki.eclipse.org/Before_asking_a_question_on_the_forums • SoloLearn Advanced Search : http://www.freecodeexamples.com/2018/12/sololearn-advanced-search.html https://code.sololearn.com/W26q4WtwSP8W/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/164859/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/237742/?ref=app
Absolutely every single developer should be familiar with the basics of html. Java can even be used as a back-end language in web development,so it's definitely useful. As for Android, I'll leave that one to android developers. 😊 Cheers!
Asirap I've given you these links so you try to find the answer.👍 Please, can you explain to me what exactly you want, you want to continue with Java core, but you want to combine with the web trinity?
Danijel Ivanović thank you for the links. I wasn't actually asking "what should I do after learning for Java core" but specifically its usability with html .. and didn't find many questions about it using search tool so
Danijel Ivanović asking if there are scenarios where its very useful or advantageous to combine java with the web trinity by a single programmer? also asking if android development has use for html and stuff besides java. Sorry my question wasn't clear