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6 Free Websites To Learn Web Development.

In today’s saturated job market, choosing the right career is very important.Career choice is a laborious process though since there are several criteria to consider, such as whether it suits you well, whether it makes you happy, the salary, working hours, benefits. And in comparison, web development seems to be one of the most favourable choices.

1. W3Schools

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W3Schools is a website where you can learn everything about programming and web development. You will learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, the three core technologies of the web. Also included in the course are Sass, Bootstrap, and React. There are also hundreds of exercises covering a variety of topics that will test your comprehension of the language you choose.

2. MDN Web Docs

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The goal of this section of MDN is not to get you from "beginner" to "expert," but to get you from "beginner" to "comfortable." From there, you should be able to expand your knowledge through the rest of MDN and other intermediate to advanced resources.

Web development can be challenging for a complete beginner, but we will hold your hand and provide enough information for you to feel comfortable and understand the topics. No matter if you are a student learning web development (on your own or in a class), a teacher looking for class materials, a hobbyist, or someone who just wants to learn more about how web technologies work, you should feel at home here.

3. FreeCodeCamp

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There are plenty of free web development resources available on the internet, but FreeCodeCamp is probably one of the best. Besides HTML and CSS (Flexbox, Bootstrap, Sass, and Grid), there is also JavaScript (Jquery, React). You will also learn how to create responsive websites. It offers you a wide range of assignments and exercises to test your knowledge.

4. HTML Dog

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The HTMLDog website covers the three primary languages of web development, HTML, CSS, and Javascript. There are different levels of each language, beginner, intermediate, and advanced. On the website, the information is presented in a readable and understandable manner. It's a great website for understanding the fundamentals of each language.

5. GeeksForGeeks

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The Geek for Geeks website covers all the key aspects of Computer Science. Geeks for Geeks, unlike other sites that teach about programming, teaches students how to be successful in the job market. While it also covers the non-technical aspects of Computer Science, the website also teaches the art of coding.

6. SoloLearn

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Using this platform, learning to code has become a very social and interactive experience. Using SoloLearn, learners engage with each other, gain points, receive recognition as top learners, and appear in a community of developers.

You can access it via the web and on a mobile app, so you can learn wherever you are. Further, by joining the conversation, you will be able to contribute. In the 'Code Playground' and 'Discuss' sections, you can ask questions and answer other learners' questions.

You can learn Python, C++, Java, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, HTML & CSS, React, Angular, and pretty much anything code-related.

Conclusion

You will probably benefit from using multiple resources simultaneously if you want to learn to code and are serious about web development.
If you have used any other quality resources to learn programming and web development, comment down




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A hackathon might be an alternative for you if you are a computer science student or an upcoming developer. The benefit of participating in an online or physical hackathon is that you can develop coding skills, work with developers, develop a resume, and meet peers.


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