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re: No, although you will see some parallels. Typescript is a subset to JavaScript. Should you ignore learning JavaScript and only use Typescript? No...

You don't need JAVA for Angular/react or Vue. Although learning JAVA wouldn't hurt I guess?

I'm curious why they are telling you that you NEED JAVA. Maybe you confused JavaScript with JAVA?

I’m not sure. I don’t know what anglar/react/whatever actually do. Everyone says i need to learn javascript becuae i can’t use html
And css anymore, everything is jacascript. This is just advice i’m getting from here, course discussion boards. I dunno, i’m clueless to how anyone uses it

Whoever told you that you can't use HTML and CSS is wrong.

HTML CSS and JavaScript are what make up a website.

Think of HTML as the Bones of the site. CSS is where you add the style to your website. (So fonts, colors, font size, etc.) Think of CSS as the skin of the site. And JavaScript gives you the functionality to the site.

Also I would recommend this YouTube playlist that utilizes P5.js it's an online editor where you could just code along with JavaScript.


The coding train does an excellent playlist teaching you different concepts while seeing results and it's fun.

I’ll try the youtube playlist out, thank you. I’ve used HTML and CSS professionally for almost 20 years so it’s good to know it’s not dead

Not dead at all.. yes, most places will have you use SASS or LESS or something that generates HTML but learning those technologies is just building on your understanding of the basics of HTML and CSS there is some added features and syntax changes, but 20 years of experience in HTML/CSS is a benefit to you.

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