leducgagnetommy
18 days ago  Karma: 2
what ur best programming language for web pages
  1. Javascript
  2. php etc...
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#javascript
leducgagnetommy
18 days ago  Karma: 2
what ur best programming language for web pages
  1. Javascript
  2. php etc...
en
#javascript

2 ANSWERS
schweitzer.philip
17 days ago Karma: -14

I'm learning javascript currently, which doubly useful, as you can use the web3.js library to directly interact with any smart contracts.

I'm learning javascript currently, which doubly useful, as you can use the web3.js library to directly interact with any smart contracts.

leducgagnetommy

yes web3.js its great ....

Mar 08 '19 at 9:08 pm
jeff.larkin49
12 days ago Karma: 10

What's your goal? For developing the front-end, JavaScript is absolutely the best option. For developing the backend logic, JavaScript is a great option (via NodeJS) or possibly PHP (something like half of the web is running on wordpress, which is written in PHP, so it's clearly a good option) or you could choose Ruby (see Ruby on Rails), Python (see Django), or Go. If you're not sure what you want to do, then JavaScript is a safe bet, since you can use it both on the frontend and backend, so it's a very marketable skill. Since you're posting on this site, you're likely interested in blockchain development, so it helps that you can use web3.js to interact with ethereum. For the web, I'd suggest starting with JavaScript for these reasons, but it doesn't matter all that much in the end because once you learn the basics in one language, learning your second language is much simpler.

What's your goal? For developing the front-end, JavaScript is absolutely the best option. For developing the backend logic, JavaScript is a great option (via NodeJS) or possibly PHP (something like half of the web is running on wordpress, which is written in PHP, so it's clearly a good option) or you could choose Ruby (see Ruby on Rails), Python (see Django), or Go. If you're not sure what you want to do, then JavaScript is a safe bet, since you can use it both on the frontend and backend, so it's a very marketable skill. Since you're posting on this site, you're likely interested in blockchain development, so it helps that you can use web3.js to interact with ethereum. For the web, I'd suggest starting with JavaScript for these reasons, but it doesn't matter all that much in the end because once you learn the basics in one language, learning your second language is much simpler.

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