Best platforms for clearing doubts regarding web development.

Hundreds of websites are created every day and it is difficult to navigate. There are thousands and thousands of sites on the Internet that are ready to teach you web development, but which give you useful information and put you in the path of being a web developer. In this article, you will find the 8 best websites I recommend for learning more about web development.

  1. FreeCodeCamp (free):
    FreeCodeCamp is probably one of the best free resources on the internet for learning more about web development. It covers all the topics you need to learn: HTML, CSS (Flexbox, Bootstrap, Sass and Grid) and Javascript (Jquery, React).
  2. Udemy (paid):
    Udemy is an online learning platform that covers every topic you can think of. Right now, over 80,000 courses are ready to teach you how to code. Most courses are chargeable, but some are free. Its main advantage is that most of the time, the courses benefit from attractive discounts.
  3. Coursera (free):
    Like Udemy, Coursera is a popular online learning platform, where all courses are free (payment required for graded assignments). It was founded by Stanford professors Daphne Collar and Andrew Ng. Kaursera works with the world’s best educational institutions that offer more than 1000 courses in Kaursera.
  4. Treehouse (paid):
    Treehouse is a well-known online learning platform in web development. It offers over 1000 quality videos covering topics like web development, web design, and entrepreneurship.
  5. Codecademy (free and paid version):
    Codecademy is one of the most popular coding websites on the internet. He has taught coding to over 45 million users. Its main advantage is that it offers many free courses.
  6. W3Schools (free):
    W3Schools is a programming and web development website. You can learn the three main web technologies, HTML, CSS and Javascript. In addition to that, you will learn Sass, Bootstrap, and React. There are also hundreds of exercises covering various topics to test your understanding of your chosen language.
  7. HTMLDog (free):
    HTMLDog is a website that covers the three major web development languages, HTML, CSS, and Javascript. The information on the site is presented in a readable and understandable form. It’s a great website for understanding the basics of each of the three languages.
  8. Traversy Media (free):
    Traversy media is a youtube channel. Their YouTube channel covers almost all web development related topics, from HTML, CSS and JavaScript to all the different frameworks and libraries (Sass, Bootstrap, Angular, React, Vue Js).