What coding language do you use?
05-27-2011, 12:43 AM, (This post was last modified: 05-27-2011, 12:44 AM by jahiy.)
#51
RE: What coding language do you use?
php,python,ruby
php mostly,and also python and ruby
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05-27-2011, 07:44 AM,
#52
RE: What coding language do you use?
CS5
PHP
HTML
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06-01-2011, 02:28 AM,
#53
RE: What coding language do you use?
PHP, Html and Visual basic
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08-05-2011, 05:59 PM,
#54
RE: What coding language do you use?
I mostly use visual basic. It is an easy program language and very useful too. :)
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08-06-2011, 08:31 AM,
#55
RE: What coding language do you use?
I primarily use HTML and CSS. I am a web designer so when making the theme and styles for site, I need to code them. I do know a little bit about JavaScript though and I use it sometimes. I mainly use it for the effects though. JavaScript isn't really necessary, but it is what make themes look better, and therefor I use it :P
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08-06-2011, 09:16 AM,
#56
RE: What coding language do you use?
Learning HTML in this day and age is pretty much a waste of time. There's too many programs that can simply write the language for you, one of the most popular ones being Microsoft Word. If you're going to spend time learning a language, learn PHP and/or CSS. Those are imperative to today's coding.
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08-06-2011, 06:53 PM,
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RE: What coding language do you use?
(08-06-2011, 09:16 AM)ErrorCode Wrote: Learning HTML in this day and age is pretty much a waste of time. There's too many programs that can simply write the language for you, one of the most popular ones being Microsoft Word. If you're going to spend time learning a language, learn PHP and/or CSS. Those are imperative to today's coding.

I disagree, a lot. First of all, Microsoft Word as a html editor is horrible, it created a document that can hardly be edited properly and is around 5 times as big a a document you can make yourself. And when you edit the html yourself, you will be able to actually understand what you are doing and make properly working websites. Personally, I wouldn't want my website to be created by someone that doesn't want to take the time to learn a simple language like html, since that person probably won't take the time to learn about the security aspects from php or the compatibility of all the css functions. I think using Microsoft Word as a html editor is just as usefull as using Microsoft's calc to calculate PI.
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08-07-2011, 03:26 PM,
#58
RE: What coding language do you use?
I used to be really extensive developer of Javascript but then I switched over to PHP because there's so much more you can do with it and also because a client cannot just turn off PHP from his browser like he can do to Javascript.
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08-20-2011, 07:57 AM,
#59
RE: What coding language do you use?
I currently code in PHP and Java mostly. I used to do a lot of xhtml, html, and css. I tend to throw in a little Python from time to time but I wouldn't say that I code with it.
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08-21-2011, 02:52 AM,
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RE: What coding language do you use?
(08-07-2011, 03:26 PM)gamingmaster42 Wrote: I used to be really extensive developer of Javascript but then I switched over to PHP because there's so much more you can do with it and also because a client cannot just turn off PHP from his browser like he can do to Javascript.

I remember this was the major drawback of using Javascript in the past and despite I had a fully-featured CMS written in Javascript, I was advised to move forward towards another programming platform before Adsense and other contextual advertising network made of Javascript a "trendy" solution to display ads.

Even though using Javascript has not changed through the time at all, preserving the three main problem it has since the beginning of the time:

1. It can be turned off by the surfer
2. Information rendered via Javascript can't be crawled by search engines
3. Old browsers or improper set up Mozilla modern browser can't display Javascript either.

What a shame because, like I said, people can develop advanced applications and there is a whole framework in Javascript somewhere in SourceForge that can even deploy 3D-like games.
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