Here’s some of our favorite spots to learn web development in 2017:
This free online book gives a comprehensive ‘lay of the land’ on how the various frontend technologies tie together and where to learn more about them.
Free Code Camp is a growing community of solo code learners with pathways and challenges to learn the essential parts of programming and web development. Their blog has some of the most original and helpful content on the web development learning space.
LearnCode.Academy is a set of free, friendly videos that teaches technologies like React, Redux, and Mobx.
Scotch offers hundreds of free tutorials on the latest web development libraries and frameworks.
CSS tricks also features hundreds of high quality tutorials on most front-end topics.
Udacity offers dozens of high-quality up-to-date video tutorials on numerous programming topics.
Pluralsight offers hundreds of video courses on many major programming languages, frameworks, and libraries.
These subreddits are generally a good community space to get help from another human if you’re stuck on a bug or decision.
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