For the uninitiated, coding is a daunting topic, and for good reason, it’s a lot of gibberish and small print. So instead of trying to explain it and its value in terms not even I’d understand we’ll liken it to food, because unlike coding, food is everyone’s bread and butter.
Alright so say we’re making a big code sandwich, every sandwich must have bread, right? Well so does every website, the bread of coding is HTML. By itself, bland and tasteless, BUT, pair it with some meats, salads and sauces and we’re starting to build a pretty tasty looking snack. These fillings are the CSS of the sandwich. CSS is the flavour of the website, fonts, colours, layout and other aesthetics needed to create an appealing sandwich... I mean website.
Here (www.w3schools.com/js/tryit.asp?filename=tryjs_intro_lightbulb) is a very basic example of Java in action, when correctly implemented into a website it can take a business to the next level, as a website is the first impression a customer gets of a business. So imagine you’re looking at two plates, one has a ham and cheese sandwich, the other, that delicious toasted melt we were talking about earlier, in most scenarios, you’re most likely to choose the toasted one purely because it looks better.
It’s easy to write bad code, but hard to write good code, and the good code is worth every penny.
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