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Native apps or Web apps ?

What is the best in your opinion ? In my case, i have learned java and i'm continuing with more practice. But now i'm confused between going to learn android development or switching to web development, because i see that the market trends are heading more towards the web apps.

8th Mar 2019, 2:20 PM
De Vinci
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Id say go with Web developing. By the why Java is used quite regulary when building corporate Web apps. So if you want to stick with java take a look at Jsf and Oracle ADF. Both Tools can do pretty much everything in Web development and have java code behind them. However python, JavaScript, ruby etc. are all good alternatives. It really depends on what you want to do and which company you are working with since programming languages differ quite drastically even in the same context like Web development.
11th Mar 2019, 10:15 PM
LoX1904  - avatar
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//Both of them are trend If you know java then you can go with java either then start web,You have to learn html5, css, javascript, frameworks, libraries
8th Mar 2019, 3:13 PM
Sudarshan Rai
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