In the internet’s early days (think of those dial-up horrors) every single click required a new page to be loaded. Click > *Pause* > Blank screen > *Pause* > Loading > *Pause* > New page > Repeat. For every user action, a new page of HTML had to be requested and retrieved through your sluggish, pre-broadband connection.
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Hardware is everywhere. Each year, tech manufacturers launch 1000s of new phones, laptops, gadgets and gizmos, all with different operating systems and user interfaces. For developers, it can be a struggle to keep up with – let alone master – the coding languages that fuel all these new devices.
Why, oh, why, are two completely different languages named so similarly? It’s a trap that trips up tech novices time and again.
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