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General Discussion

I'm a beginner

I am looking to develop android and iOS app but I have no previous coding experience. I would like to make websites as well so should I learn HTML and CSS before I do objective c. I started the first lesson for iOS development and it is difficult right now.

1 Answer

Matthew Slone
Matthew Slone
566 Points

I would start with HTML/CSS, then move to Javascript. That way you have all the fron-end languages for web-dev down, and Javascript will give you a good basis for higher level programming, such as C/Java/etc.. Next I'd go for either PHP/Python/Ruby for website functionality, or iOS/Android for building apps, or both :). Hope you find your way!