It would be like ordering a banana when you wanted a banana milkshake....
First off, was anyone else confused by this when they first started learning to code?
Well... pretty much all of it, it seems?
According to GeeksForGeeks
After doing a bit of digging, I think it is easier just to cover off the key differences - as... really there are just not that many similarities:
- They require different plug-ins
If these bullet points actually mean anything to you, then please comment below.
I often end up in wormholes Googling acronyms, just to understand my original subject matter. I mean what the heck is OOP?!
Right, so which one should I start with if I want to land a career as a Developer?
And I swear that isn't (just) because my Bootcamp covers it.
It is because I am interested in Frontend Web Development (the pretty and interactive stuff) rather than Backend Web Development (the server-side, data stuff).
I am due to cover React in my Bootcamp and I have heard it is one of the most popular libraries, with many job openings requesting it. I also really enjoyed putting into practice what I learnt around the Bootstrap framework. The ability to put elements into a responsive grid and quickly create forms was very pleasing!