10 Great Resources for Web Developers in 2019
If you are aiming to learn web development online or if you’re a web developer who wants to improve his/her skills, there are many resources out there to teach you everything you need to know. Below you will find my picks for the top 10 websites to help you learn web development online in 2019.
1- MDN Web Docs
CSS-Tricks is about building websites and all that entails, mostly from a front-end perspective. It includes thousands of articles and hundreds of videos and a reference guide to the many features of CSS.
SitePoint is a hub for web developers to share their passion for building incredible Internet things. It includes an amazing blog about web technologies, a library that contents various courses and books and an active community forum for questions & answers.
5- Google Web Fundamentals
Google Web Fundamentals is an opinionated reference for building amazing web experiences. It includes various of topics in Architectural Patterns, Design & UX, Integration & Engagement, Media & VR, Performance, Security and more!
6- Smashing Magazine
Smashing Magazine delivers reliable, useful, but most importantly practical articles to web designers and developers.
Codecademy is an online interactive platform that offers free coding classes in 12+ different programming languages. The site also offers a paid “pro” option that gives users access to a personalized learning plan, quizzes, realistic projects, and live help from advisors.
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.
SoloLearn is an online and mobile learning platform that offers free coding classes in 13+ different programming disciplines. The learning content is jointly created by SoloLearn and, increasingly, community contributors.
Pluralsight, Inc. is an online education company that offers a variety of video training courses for software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals through it’s website.
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