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Web development is quickly turning into a high-demand role and a very popular career path. If you are considering learning how to become a developer, the good news is- you can do so from the comfort of your home.
We consulted a panel of web development experts who shared their top recommendations for the best online resources (paid and free) available for learning web development.
This list of resources can get you from amateur to professional- all you need is dedication and persistence.
Udemy is an online education portal that covers virtually every subject imaginable. It currently has over 80,000 courses available to teach you how to code. The majority of the courses are costly, although some are free. Its primary benefit is that the courses are frequently drastically priced.
Simply visit the Udemy website and search for the course that is perfect for you. Enter your needs, and we'll match you with a teacher. However, I strongly advise you to enroll in Colt Steel's Web Developer Bootcamp. It covers all of the foundations you'll need to begin studying web development.
Chris Taylor, Marketing Director Profit Guru
Practicum is a relatively new tool for studying web development. The 20-hour introductory course is absolutely free and is intended for individuals who have not yet settled on a professional route and wish to experiment with web development. We considered its clean design and intuitive user interface to be the best of the resources provided – which makes it a pleasure to use.
Network of Mozilla Developers: Created by the Mozilla Firefox browser's engineers, this website teaches you all you need to know about web development, from sketching to hosting. It makes extensive use of articles and tutorials in its explanations.
Gerrid Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at Joy Organics
Coursera offers over 3,500 courses from over 350 universities worldwide. You can study web development in addition to the fundamentals of computer science. While education is free, obtaining a certificate is not.
If you like to learn web development with the guidance of an expert, Khan Academy is the appropriate option for you. It features expert-produced movies and audio. Additionally, they provide a free interactive screen for creating code and viewing code output in real-time.
With over 100 courses chosen by MIT's masters of technology, this resource delves deep into web development. It offers self-guided beginner and graduate courses.
Adam Fard, Founder & Head Of Design Adam Fard' UX Agency
Another great way to supplement your web development journey is to watch YouTube videos. There are thousands of videos on YouTube that could be useful while learning web development. Simply search videos on what you’re currently working with, so you can see how others go about web development.
Artem Minaev, Co-Founder at FirstSiteGuide
FreeCodeCamp is the most important website I've ever visited. They provide a comprehensive 3000-hour web development program, as well as credentials in scientific computing, data analysis, and machine learning with Python. FreeCodeCamp has a newspaper, a YouTube channel, and a Forum where you may seek help with your programming challenges in addition to the curriculum.
After subscribing, you can receive a weekly email with some of the most recent tech-related articles from freeCodeCamp's publication.
Andrew White, Founder and Digital Consultant at TechGearoid.com
Maksym Mostovyi, a Software Developer Working in the CyberSecurity and BigData domain
There are exercises covering a wide range of topics to put your knowledge to the test. You can also use their Try it Yourself feature, which provides an example code for a specific program that you can edit and see the results in real-time.
Stack Overflow is a website where programmers can ask and respond to questions. This is where other web developers solved the most difficult questions and problems. It also has the largest web developer audience.
Patrick Garde, Co-Founder & Technical Director ExaWeb Corporation
After dabbling in the marketing industry, Walter McGill found his niche in the ever-growing field of content marketing.