Thread has been deleted
Last comment
Web Developers Come Here
Faroe Islands Croton 
welcome fellows coders how important is CSS? is it still relevnat? or do you use some other technology do i need to mastery it or just to know the basic? there is propably infinie possiblies in it and my brain is already hurting btw i don't rememeber when i last time saw the sun, the only light is from the screen is it typical day for Coders? huahha
2019-12-07 01:13
Topics are hidden when running Sport mode.
CSS good but LEGIJA top 1
2019-12-07 01:17
ok
2019-12-07 01:25
#3
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
At work we use bulma.css, at most places they use bootstrap. So no, professionally, nobody pays for a CSS-guru any more, they all have become cheap and just use a framework. So my pro tip (I've been doing this shit for 15 years) is to just learn the basics, and then get really famililar with a CSS framework instead as that's what you'll end up doing in anyways :P
2019-12-07 01:31
+1+1+1 like bootstrap?
2019-12-07 01:33
#5
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
Bootstrap and Bulma are the two "big ones", but there are many smaller indie projects that may suit you better like wing.css
2019-12-07 01:34
#15
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
really? i've done a few projects with bulma recently but is it really that big?
2019-12-07 01:57
#30
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
It's not "that big", but it's definitely the "cool kid" compared to the old grandpa bootstrap Similar to how everyone uses dayjs instead of moment.js these days The web is a world of hipsters.... :-D
2019-12-07 02:08
#31
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
yeah, kinda true
2019-12-07 02:20
#6
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
I'd recommend you to focus all in on JS instead, get your fundamentals right, then start dabbing with the two big frameworks, React & Vue And use bootstrap or bulma together with it Hack together some smaller apps (todo app or similar), commit to github and you'll get hired in no time :-D I'd go for Vue.js + Bulma.css, but every developer has their own taste :-D
2019-12-07 01:49
I never heard about bulma.css is this something new? atl acc btw i got some stupid ban
2019-12-07 01:59
#21
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
It's been around for a while now, and it's definitely "the cool kid on the block" compared to bootstrap these days :-D
2019-12-07 02:01
well both courses form udemy that i have have just bootstrap
2019-12-07 02:04
#27
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
Then stick with that! - They both work in a similar way If you know one, you practically know the other one as well ;-)
2019-12-07 02:04
you said it all
2019-12-07 02:03
#29
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
<3 Cheers mate
2019-12-07 02:05
#7
 | 
Poland Hanse 
You need to know it, but bootstrap is just better. If you think it's any gamechanger - you may want start thinking about some other languages. Also - don't fight it, if you want to be programmer just use Java or C++. Using popular lang is nothing wrong.
2019-12-07 01:39
#8
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
He's obv a front-ender, I'd say focus on JavaScript instead :P
2019-12-07 01:41
#9
 | 
Poland Hanse 
hltv.org/forums/threads/2194790/python-l.. hltv.org/forums/threads/2197644/python-d.. He is obviously either IT student or just passionate begginer. If he is looking for something to start from - it really should be either JS/Java/C++
2019-12-07 01:42
#10
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
Touché! Personally I think a scripting language would be way easier to start with then Java or C++
2019-12-07 01:43
#11
 | 
Poland Hanse 
Btw I'v been working on some web projects without any framework for solid 4 years now... how much of a retard I am to start learning their purposes and possibilities rn?
2019-12-07 01:45
#12
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
Not at all, vanilla js is the best =D But if you wanna start with something, I'd recommend Vue.js, it's so simple (and fun)
2019-12-07 01:46
#13
 | 
Poland Hanse 
Can you recommend me any video/text/book tutorial on how-to get started with it? I'm launching my website+app+db combo project in like 2 weeks and I'm really getting scared of how many things I need to think of to make it work properly.
2019-12-07 01:49
#14
KRIMZ | 
Sweden bakish 
As for back-end, really anything goes (not my stuff :D) For the front end I would recommend you to try out Vue.js with Bulma.css - you'll end up loving it :D Vue could either be built using "vue files" (which is a bit trickier to setup) or you could run it straight in the browser without having to compile it, I'll send you some different links in private
2019-12-07 01:54
#18
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
i would go for django (or flask) and vue very good documentation, many people to help out there, easy to pick up
2019-12-07 02:00
im not interested in c++ python is already confusing so i don't more complicated languages
2019-12-07 02:00
#16
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
hi python pro
2019-12-07 01:58
python will be rather just a hobby
2019-12-07 02:01
#22
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
it was a joke, look at his thread history
2019-12-07 02:01
i am his and bad joke
2019-12-07 02:02
#24
oskar | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
LUL
2019-12-07 02:02
Counter strike source is important!!!!!
2019-12-07 02:05
#32
 | 
Canada ProvexPyker 
Computer programming? More like puzzle solving. That shits no joke
2019-12-07 08:32
North
1.59
Sprout
2.36
Cloud9
1.50
Renegades
2.36
Heroic
1.95
MAD Lions
1.85
Bet value
Amount of money to be placed
Winning
Odds total ratio
-
Login or register to add your comment to the discussion.