Should i learn coding for UiPath studio Pro

Hi everyone,

I being learning UiPath studioX for some months and it very easy to learn,
Now i am starting with studio Pro, and it is a bit dificult for me to learn because i don’t have a lot of coding experience…
should i learn coding then learn UiPath pro?
witch coding should i learn to be able to learn and understand studio Pro? vb.net etc?

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I would recommend that you continue to develop in Studio Pro unless you have a strong desire to switch back to UiPath studioX. You won’t get any benefits if you stop working with it. Unfortunately, I haven’t worked with any of them, so I cannot give practical advice. However, I’m curious to know what the benefits of the Pro version are. If you can accomplish the goals you are interested in using the standard version, you can stop there. The time saved can be spent studying something from other areas. Perhaps the only advice I can give, if you need an online compiler, this is the best I’ve tried https://techiedelight.com/compiler/.