One that’s been mentioned multiple times is the
Mozilla Developer Network Web Docs which are very detailed and technical.
Another one that’s simpler and has lots of examples is the
What resources do you like?
I got the Jon Duckett web development book bundle for Christmas from family, and it includes this book:
I’ve only got through the first couple of chapters, but I think it is a good way to reinforce the material we are learning in this bootcamp!
Here’s another one that I haven’t tried yet, but looks interesting:
Mentioned in the chat today by SYN The Artist :
I’ve been enjoying
An excellent tip is the Portugol Studio, developed in Brazil. Excellent for learning programming.
I have that one too and really like it!
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I like this book for go deep into any topic, I use as a guide or when I try to understand something, apart w3schools or MDN:
Wel explained and a lot of good examples. It seems all is there, lol, old schoold syntax for classes and all (till 2021) the newest syntax.
And this two webs:
for free, well explained and good examples/exercises.
for free till Arrays with good examples.
Happy coding guys,
Hi leticiajaime2668007, do you know if Codecademy is completly free?, I’m checking the web and their info but I’m not quite sure, in any case thanks in advance
Codecademy has some free content. With a basic account you can access some of the lessons. As a paid member you can access more content, like projects and certificates. See here:
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These were mentioned for practicing regex / regular expressions:
Other two resources I recommend:
Hey all! Some links and stuff from today: