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Having problems with java
So I have been learning java for quite a while now. I am nor interested in learning kotlin yet. The only reason I am learning java is to use it to write code for android apps. Ever since I started learning java I have been learning it alone not with android studio. My original plan was to learn java on its own as in (java in Intellij, just how to use java with JVM) and while doing this I have noticed it's not really what I want because when I learn so much and I don't have any sort of proper project I starts to feel like I am forcing myself. Now with this, it is hard to carry a proper project with just java(no swing, no JavaFX, no android studio) and things keep getting boring. So now my question is should I just leave learning java on its own and just learn java with the android studio since that is the only thing I currently want to use it for or I should continue learning java on its own.
Android course has prerequisites listed before you can start learning android programming. Check this out: Android programming prerequisites
If you have learned these, I highly suggest you to start learning android development. I have just created my first app from Treehouse android course and it is super easy(AND SUPER COOL).
Of course it's way better to use Java to make actual apps rather then console text-based apps. You do not need to learn Java forever and do only text-based apps with it. Just make sure to learn prerequisites(If you have not already).