Today, we spend most of our lives online. Whether it is good news for you or not does not matter: the fact is that the Internet nowadays is an inseparable part of our daily routine.
So the language of the Internet is more lingua franca than English: everyone understands it.
But if we put the metaphorical parts aside and try to approach the question more technically, do we know the literal language of the Internet today?
Let’s start from the basics:
Now, if these were just a pile of incomprehensible words for you, do not worry; we’ll put it in a more human language.
At first, you might think that everything is better than ever! Your browser will start working faster, the pages will load quicker, and your battery will last longer. No annoying pop-ups or ads; everything is minimalistic and simple. What could be better, right?
Well, don’t get too excited yet. Soon enough, you will figure out that you can’t access most of your favorite websites.
It is easy to set up
Many people do not even start pursuing a programming career because they get too scared right from the beginning. Many programming languages take a while to set up, and the entire process looks like a nightmare for those who are new to the development world.
So if you can’t wait to start coding, here’s a simple task. Open the development environment on your browser and right “Hello World,” using the simple coding line below:
That’s it! Congratulations on writing your first code!
It includes event-based programming
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