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I completed Progate's HTML/CSS course yesterday. Should I learn Java Script, should I copy HTML&CSS, or should I backend the language? We lost.

Please provide your reasons and comments.

  • Answer # 1

    There is a famous figure that shows "technology that web developers should learn".
    Roadmap to becoming a web developer in 2019

    There are explanations in various places, so why not read it?

  • Answer # 2

    It feels like I've seen past questions, and it seems that I'm unfamiliar with "programming" itself, so I'm learning "programming" from scratch and at the same time becoming familiar with web development back-end technology Isn't it difficult?

    If you are familiar with HTML/CSS to some extent, JavaScript is the next best choice if you want to learn it.

    I don't understand the meaning of the copy well, but if you try to imitate it without looking at the source, I think it is meaningful (with the assumption that you have studied the basics sufficiently). If it is a copy, I think there is a little more effort to use.

  • Answer # 3

    Please decide what you want to do. Where else is your life. It ’s up to you to decide. I also know what I want to do.
    Conversely, it is better not to do it if it depends greatly on the opinions of others.
    Since no one knows the past, you are responsible for what you want to do.

  • Answer # 4

    If you want a front end, you should learn JS.

  • Answer # 5

    Progate's HTML/CSS course is probably only a little less confusing, so
    We encourage you to register and learn from books and other learning sites.
    If you think HTML/CSS can be left for the time being,
    You may start studying javaScript.
    If you can use javaScript, the range of screen design will be widened, and what you can do will be fun.