Your eyes and ears, which is important. Of course both of them are important. A webpage only with HTML is nothing more than printed letters on newspaper. CSS is just nothing without HTML. Bt u at first u need learn HTML to understand CSS.
SOLOLEARN provides separate courses on HTML and CSS. Bt it doesn't mean they are two independent things. Think of a vanilla cake, it doesn't mean that ONLY AND ONLY vanila is used to make this.
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Peter David Carter Indeed... The languages used in enterprises for backend / microservices / middleware services from my own experiences are C#, NodeJS, and Java.
So far, from my experience, I've only read about Python being used in large companies in anything of significant size. But among my own large developer network, Python plays a very small role being used for utilities, automating simple tasks, etc rather than for actual sofrware development on large projects.
Then, I came across an article that finally revealed some truths I've been suspecting about Python on large code bases with multiple developers.
Both are great. They work hand in hand to give you a very customizing and beautiful website look. HTML creates the website structure while CSS designs it. You can use HTML to design your website but it is better advised to use CSS instead.
Bootstrap..... If you want to build a responsive website or webpage without js and css then you should go for bootstrap
but if you compare htm with css ......html is nothing without css and css is nothing without html
Both are essential only if you are willing to work on front-end development making static or responsive web pages.
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Peter David Carter The referenced article talks about type annotations in Python, but it's nothing as robust as TypeScript.
500 errors in C# due to the compiler not attempting type coercion? Sounds like someone went crazy with dynamic types running in the DLR.
I can't say I've ever ran into that specific issue, be it my own code or someone else's.
That said, I have seen my share of horribly written C#. No language is immune to this.
But... my comments are made assuming the context of competent, proficient, and experienced development teams using best practices in professional software engineering with respective languages.