KthProg wrote:This is highly opinion based but
IMO web languages are much more complicated and often more scripting-style languages.
usually web languages are verbose and difficult to read despite doing the same thing as a software language expect over a TCP/IP connection.
I don't know why this is, I think it's because the web changes so fast that web language developers don't have the time to pretty up the syntax, they just need it to run.
oftentimes things you would think are simple are very complicated in web languages, like connecting to an XML file.
software languages, for whatever reason, usually have a much clearer syntax, are much less verbose, and are much less diverse.
oddly enough, youll likely get paid more to develop software, despite how difficult web programming is (relatively)
btw, this is all seriously biased opinion lol
Glad you stated it was opinion, as I didn't agree with the majority of it.
KthProg wrote:and centipede, VB.NET and C# are very commonly used for web pages (through the ASP.Net framework)