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Top 5 Websites to Learn Web Development

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Due to COVID-19 Pandemic the whole world had shifted to Digital Platform which affect the website field a lot that result to a better future of upcoming generations...

Web Development becomes so popular during 2020 to 2021 that near about 252,000 websites are created daily.
So In this blog we are going to explore 5 awesome and free website to learn web development

1. MDN (Mozilla Developer Network)

MDN

MDN is one of the best source for learning Web Development. It's give in depth explanation about all the concept needed while learning Web development i.e. JavaScript, Html, CSS, React. It is a trustable website to learn web-development. MDN is my favourite website for Learning Web development.

MDN Web Docs, previously Mozilla Developer Network and formerly Mozilla Developer Center, is a documentation repository and learning resource for web developers used by Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, and Samsung. The project was started by Mozilla in 2005 as a unified place for documentation about open web standards, Mozilla's own projects, and developer guides. In 2017, Microsoft, Google, and Samsung announced that they would shut down their own documentation projects and move all their documentation to MDN Web Docs.


2. Coursera

Coursera

Coursera is an online learning platform that offers thousands of courses for free with an valuable certificate. Coursera provides you experienced professors you teaches you. It provide you list of video lecture on a particular topic. You can learn full stack web development from here. If you want to gain certificate of any course then this is a best place to do so.

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Coursera Inc. is an American massive open online course provider founded in 2012 by Stanford University computer science professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller. Coursera works with universities and other organizations to offer online courses, certifications, and degrees in a variety of subjects. In 2021 it was estimated that about 150 universities offered more 4,000 courses through Coursera.


3. Udemy

Udemy

Well Udemy is a paid site for learning Web Development but It also provides some of the free course but according to my point of view free course are not too good so if you can afford Udemy Courses so, I will recommend you take it because the price is worth...

Udemy Paid Web Development Courses

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Udemy free Web Development Courses

Udemy, Inc. is an American massive open online course (MOOC) provider aimed at professional adults and students. It was founded in May 2010 by Eren Bali, Gagan Biyani, and Oktay Caglar.


Freecodecamp

Freecodecamp
Freecodecamp is a non-profit organization which teaches real basics of Computer Science like Data Structure, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C, C++ etc. As they are non-profit organization their all course are 100% with valuable certificate. They achieve this all through their video lessons, articles etc. It is a great site for becoming a Full-Stack Web Developer.

They run a youtube channel named freecodecamp you can
learn everything from their about Web Development and many more...

freeCodeCamp is a non-profit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, online publications and local organizations that intend to make learning web development accessible to anyone. Beginning with tutorials that introduce students to HTML, CSS and JavaScript, students progress to project assignments that they complete either alone or in pairs. Upon completion of all project tasks, students are partnered with other nonprofits to build web applications, giving the students practical development experience.


W3Schools

W3Schools
Very Similar to FreeCodeCamp, W3Schools is a website where you can learn all about programming and web development. You’ll be able to learn the three core technologies of the web which are HTML, CSS, and Javascript with 100+ exercise of all topics...

W3Schools is a freemium educational website for learning coding online.


Conclusion

So If you want to learn Web Development by yourself then MDN is the best one but don't depend only on it have a look on all resources provided above because all of them have their own meaning and way of teaching...

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Ujjwal (UG THE SEP) Author

Which one of them is your favourite? 🤩

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Aloha20 • Edited

Digitalization is coming forward to us with significant steps. It is advantageous to learn how this industry works, especially if you want to make some good money. So thank you for the article, I found it very helpful, and I am sure that I am not the only one that shares this idea. By the way, I have been learning about this field for an extended period. I even collaborated with the guys from cubycode.com.And I can tell you that this isn't the most effortless skill to learn. So if you plan to learn about web development, I can only wish you good luck.

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great thread!!

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Thanks for the great content. I will also share with my friends & once again Thanks a Lot.

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Ujjwal (UG THE SEP) Author

Happy to know that

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As usual Awesome one
Mine favorite one is Udemy

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Ujjwal (UG THE SEP) Author • Edited

@meenagupta5 and @ujjwalindia thanks for supporting me all time😍

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LashaC

Freecode camp is great. I also like Codecademy.

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Nice to know that
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Thanks, It will be very useful for beginners :)

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Nice to know that @rankseotools
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Saroj Padhan

Thank you , great article 👍

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Ujjwal (UG THE SEP) Author

Thanks for a wonderful comment @saroj8455 bro
It's a great pleasure to me that you like it

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Shriya Dhar

MDN is my favourite, followed by udemy. 🙌

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Enter Programmer

Thanks a lot bro
it is really helpful!!!

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volcareso

Add Fireship.io in the list
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John Phillips

I'm a little surprised theodinproject.com/dashboard wasn't added on there, this website is packed full of great resources, content and lessons.