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General Discussion

Is it ok to learn from an android tablet? Or is it best that I do my tracks on a desktop?

All I have is my nexus 7 tablet to work on my Tracks, so this is why I'm wondering. But I do have a desktop at my mom's house which is about 10 minutes away.

PS. There's no room for my desktop where I'm at.

6 Answers

But I prefer to use my tablet if possible

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Depends on which track you want to take.

You do Front end Web Development track on a tablet because you can write, HTML, CSS, JS & Sass by http://codepen.io although you'll almost certainly want to use a keyboard for the code challenges.

You can do most of the Web Design track, except for the Photoshop & Illustrator course on a tablet. You can do the Business track on a tablet.

YES! Thanks! is there any other editor besides codepen I can use? Just want to know my options.

Cool thanks! Might go with jsfiddle and check it out. Thanks again

Um. A bit concerned about the 3 different workspaces in the playgrounds. Would this interfere with how I do coding in the real world? How can I practice putting my code in the right order this way? Or it doesn't matter what order the code goes in?

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

It's a trivial difference to learn how to use link & script tags.

Oh ok. Well thanks