Andrew Monkhouse wrote:That appears to indicate that you can take all 3 parts without having taken the mandatory training.
Steve Fahlbusch wrote:You shouldn't,
You should learn all of them.......
But that said......
Learn java for applications (large, web apps or stand alone)
Learn python for quick and dirty applications, esp, low level apps
Use them both, but python is quick and nimble
Java will protect you from yourself
One is not better than the other, they are both tools in your toolbox. Learn both
Nilessh Ganu wrote:Sorry I mistyped ... I meant we can export the UML diagrams to image files like jpegs or bmps.
I used the jpegs and my index.html had the hrefs pointing to the jpeg's as you have already suggested.
I used Visual paradigm for the UML diagrams. After exporting, it produces a 'not for commercial use' kind of watermark in the image files. But in our case, that won't be a problem.
Nilessh Ganu wrote:You can use href's to the html files.
To generate htmls for the UML diagrams, you can use UML IDE's like StarUML, visual paradigm that can export the diagrams to HTML files.
You can use style sheets in your HTMLs as well to improve the readablility. I had used internal style sheets to be accessed within the HTML page.