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SitePoint

SitePoint provides extensive information on coding, including tutorials about coding in different languages and using different platforms. Most popularly accessed articles are about HTML & CSS, WordPress, BlockChain, Web Development, and JavaScript.

Sitepoint is set apart from the others with the following features:

  • You can learn about the latest technological developments, all in one place.
  • There is a forum that helps users to collaborate and answer each other’s doubts.
  • There is an option for an email subscription of their newsletters.
  • You can purchase books about various platforms in one place.

 

Alternatives to SitePoint

Learn Code the Hard Way

Learn Code the Hard Way is one of the most effective platforms to learn the basic programming techniques. The platform is aimed to help the beginners get the basic knowledge about programming.

There are courses available for Python, Ruby, C, SQL, JavaScript, Unix, and Application Development. Course material is available in PDF and video so you can choose your preference.

All courses get updated regularly with the latest information.

Scotch

Scotch, that has all the basics of the various coding techniques and tips for the users worldwide on various subjects such as API, JavaScript String Manipulation, Vue.js, and Node.js, among others.

Most of the courses are focused on real-time project and scenario so you get to know what it takes to build something similar.

DevTips - YouTube

DevTips is a popular YouTube channel that has tutorials about the various topics ranging from the selection of software, web development, and all other related topics. There are weekly videos to keep you updated about the latest developments in the world of coding.

It is in English language and an accent is easy to understand.

LearnCode.academy - YouTube

LearnCode.academy is popular on YouTube. There are detailed videos about the various aspects of web development for beginners.

There are more than 500,00 subscribers.

Codewars

CodeWars helps you improve your coding skills by progressing you through ranks, awarded on the basis of your problem-solving ability.

There are quite a number of languages offered like Objective-C, Nim, Solidity, Scala, and so on. CodeWars offers the following features:

  • You get a sense of achievement every time you progress through a level and rank.
  • There is a board for collaborating with the users enabling you to build an online community.
  • You can customize the interface on the basis of your own interests and skill sets.

Frontend Masters Courses

Frontend Masters has tutorials about the various languages like Node.js, JavaScript, CSS, Sass, Vue, and so on. The courses are designed to fill in the gaps that you might have had in coding when you learned it either in school or on your own.

Some of the popular courses are:

  • JavaScript introduction, foundation, fundamentals
  • Web development and performance
  • React & TypeScript

Code.org

Code.org is a popular web portal for those who wish to learn to code. It is used by nearly 25% of the students in the USA. Courses are created by engineers from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, etc to share the best so you can learn and create your project.

There are more than 20 millions of projects created already.

SoloLearn

SoloLearn has tutorials for C++, Python 3, and Java.

Highlights

  • The codes are accessible for learning on mobile phones as well. They have an application on both the Play Store and the App Store.
  • There are more than 1,400 lessons and over 11,000 quizzes on the various courses that they have on offer.
  • You can pick up where you left off so you don’t have to keep track of the time.

The lessons on SoloLearn are available for free both on the web and on the mobile applications.

Edabit

Edabit is the fastest, easiest, and most addictive way to learn to code. There are interactive challenges which hook you on to the portal.

You can learn the following with Edabit.

  • C#, C++
  • Java, JS
  • Python
  • Ruby
  • Swift
  • PHP

freeCodeCamp

freeCodeCamp is an online nonprofit coding community that has millions of active users. The languages offered include HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Node.js, React.js, and D3.js.

Here are the top features of this portal.

  • There is an option to build projects and earn free certifications.
  • Regular coding challenges to engage the community
  • Database of 8000+ lessons, articles & videos.

Learning on freeCodeCamp is entirely free of cost.