Want to learn coding? 5 apps to try


Want to learn coding but do not have the time? Below we will look at some simple coding applications that only take a few minutes of your time.

Once you find the programming language you are interested in, you need to find the time you need, as coding requires practice and patience.

Below we will show some simple coding lessons to learn more about any of the programming languages ​​that interest you.

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The following applications only need a few minutes of your time each day.

Grasshopper (Android, iOS): Learn JavaScript with fun lessons

Grasshopper is a fun tool that will teach you JavaScript. There are two apps, one for Android and one for iOS that will take you through a series of fun mini-games, all based on coding.

Each level is designed to enhance your JavaScript skills. The lessons start with the "Fundamentals" that show you how to call functions, variables and strings.

Challenges come as fun and affordable puzzles or quizzes.

Download: Grasshopper for Android | iOS (Free)

Mimo (Web, Android, iOS): Choose from 23+ lessons

Mimo offers many languages ​​and technologies in its platform. You can start with plain HTML, moving on to more advanced languages ​​such as C # and Java. The website and its applications analyze all the lessons in small subsections that take a few minutes to complete.

You can choose one language or one of the many specialized pieces that lead you step by step to a single skill. For example, the "Become a Hacker" course lasts eight hours. The daily courses will teach you basic programming, security, hacker culture and cryptography.

Like other gamified applications, you earn points as you progress through the lessons. Mimo offers a 7-day trial period and then choose an annual or monthly subscription plan.

Download: Mimo for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases)

SoloLearn (Web, Android, iOS): Learn coding with a community

SoloLearn uses the power of community learning. The SoloLearn Q&A forum is at the heart of this experience. It offers small lessons, interactive quizzes and fun internships.

You can learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, Ruby, Swift, C, C #, C ++, Java and Python. Lessons are short and you can collaborate with other students by taking part in interactive peer-to-peer challenges that enhance coding lessons.

SoloLearn is free. A premium subscription called SoloLearn Pro is the same service, but without ads.

Download: SoloLearn for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases)

Encode (Android, iOS): Bite-Sized Lessons on the Go

Encode is an interactive encoding processor. This means that you will have an interface to write and practice in code. The app presents lessons and supports them with interactive challenges that test your new skills.

Encode currently offers courses in Python, Javascript, HTML and CSS.

Encode is free, but it displays ads. If you do not want ads you can buy Encode Plus.

Download: Encode for Android | iOS (Free or $ 4.99)

Edabit (Web): 1300+ small coding challenges

Edabit is a website that bridges the gap between basic editing and more advanced troubleshooting. Edabit does not teach lessons but tests you with interactive challenges.

These challenges are supported by seminars and documentation from the Web. If you complete a challenge, you seem to understand the concepts well. If not, you will learn from the solutions to your mistakes.

Edabit is a great programming solution. Even if you are still a beginner, you can use Edabit and its brief challenges to become better at JavaScript, C #, C ++, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby and Swift.

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Can you learn to code with a few minutes a day?

No. Complete programming lessons are the best way to study and excel in the language you are interested in.
The small lessons mentioned above are a good start for those who are thinking of acquiring computer science skills, especially if they are still a child. If you are not a developer, try one of these apps for a month.

They will introduce you to the rigors of coding and can become a gateway to your world of code.


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