Browsing the internet is one of the most fun things everyone has done, but when it comes to learning those things it gets really tricky where & how to start. Since the beginning of the web, it started as a tradition among the designers & developers to share knowledge and to keep learning open & online. After all these years, there are still a great extent of learning materials available & getting regularly updated to keep the online learning the best of all. Web Development is the building blocks in the creation of internet or web, so it’s mostly covered by all the online sites providing course materials on teaching & career enhancement. The only part where beginners feel somewhat confused is in selecting the best resource to start learning from and with tons of options available it’s really hard to compare the best of them.
The only part where beginners feel somewhat confused is in selecting the best resource to start learning from and with tons of options available it’s really hard to compare the best of them.
After all these years, there are still a great extent of learning materials available & getting regularly updated to keep the online learning the best of all. Web Development is the building blocks in the creation of internet or web, so it’s mostly covered by all the online sites providing course materials on teaching & career enhancement. The only part where beginners feel somewhat confused is in selecting the best resource to start learning from and with tons of options available it’s really hard to compare the best of them.
It has been quite a time since I first started on the web and now being a full stack web developer, I can tell you by the experience I grew from all these years the best places you can start learning web development from scratch.
So here’s the list of resources I & many other professionals recommends for starting as a novice developer –
Treehouse is one of top & most premium online resource for learning coding & web development. Treehouse resources come with a monthly paid service. They have a well-developed tracking system and a course guide to keep you on track. Treehouse courses start from beginner to advanced so whether you’re an intermediate or a somewhat expert you don’t need to start from scratch you can select from where you want to start and can keep up with the latest trends. In each course, you’ll have an instructor and a set of guides to follow & sample quizzes to keep you on the pace of best learning style. Treehouse has thousands of course materials so whether you want to build a website or an app or a web app or something much more complicated, you’re on the right place where you can learn all these skills from scratch in a minimum amount of time frame.
Lynda is also a great place that has thousands of course materials to learn from. Lynda is a paid online resource and works a bit like treehouse on a monthly paid service. The one thing that makes it differentfrom Treehouse is it doesn’t a follow a track system, instead it provides direct access to all the course materials from beginner to advanced which you select. Lynda.com not only focuses on web development, but also has courses for animation, designing, photography, filming, music & even education. It is all up to you to choose which course you want to start with; still lynda.com has a whole lot of courses on web design & development making it the most active part of the site.
Udemy has a wide variety of courses and instructors available from worldwide, where they thrive to share the knowledge and experience they’ve achieved. In the beginning, Udemy was started from an approach to mainly focus on web design & development trends but after a time it has grew up to a level where they’ve all types of courses available with in-depth details and guides. Udemy has courses available from free to paid and with every course you get a set of video tutorials followed by a course instructor. It features a range of courses on topics starting from the basics of coding to building a full-fledged website or an app.