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6 Beginner-Friendly Apps for Learning to Code




Coding is perhaps one of the most complex and intellectually challenging skills to acquire, and honestly, it’s considered as a vital skill. So if you’ve been thinking about starting to code for quite a while now but still intimidated by the idea, this is the sign that you should start!

Here we have a list of beginner-friendly apps that can help you to learn to code.

Mimo

Mimo is a coding app for beginners and advanced coders. Gradually work your way through programming and build websites and apps in just five minutes per day. You will learn programming languages like Python, JavaScript, Java, HTML, CSS, Swift, Kotlin, C++, SQL, PHP, and more.

With the “Learn to Code” curriculum, you’ll dive into building websites with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. With the “Data Science with Python” curriculum, you’ll learn how to analyze data with Python and SQL, and even learn how Google and Netflix use big data to recommend websites or movies. Mimo’s programming courses and lessons are suitable for everyone, even with no prior coding knowledge and experience.

Download: Android | iOS

SoloLearn

SoloLearn has been around for a long time and has the largest collection of free code learning content for both beginners and pros. You can choose from thousands of programming topics to learn coding concepts on web development, including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, as well as programming languages like Python, Java, and Kotlin, among others.

The app also features a free mobile code editor where you can write, rin, and share real code from your phone without any additional installations and setups.

Download: Android | iOS

Enki

Enki is an award-winning app to learn to code and is useful for both non-technical beginners and developers of all levels. It covers SQL, Data Science, JavaScript, Python, Blockchain, CSS, HTML, Security, Git, Computer Science fundamentals, Docker, MongoDB, Linux, and Java.


You can make progress through a structured curriculum in each topic and answer interactive quizzes to level up your coding skills.

Download: Android | iOS

Grasshopper

Developed by Google, Grasshopper makes coding enjoyable as it comes with fun and quick games that teach you to write real JavaScript. It also comes with visual puzzles to develop your problem-solving skills and solidify coding concepts.

What’s nice about this app is that it gives you real-time feedback to guide you, and you get to collect achievements as you learn new skills.

Download: Android | iOS

Programming Hub

Programming Hub is coding and programming app created using research and in collaboration with Google experts. It comes with a huge collection of 5,000+ programs (code examples), 20+ courses (HTML, JavaScript, C, C++, C#, Swift, Phyton, R Programming, AI, etc.), and claimed to have the fastest compiler in the world. Easily learn your way through coding as it comes with concept-based illustrations and interactive learning.

Download: Android | iOS

CodeHub

CodeHub is a short and simple coding app that’s suitable for beginners, designers, and developers. It consists of 50 lessons across 4 chapters, covering the Web, HTML5, CSS3, and many more courses added soon. It also comes with videos for easy and better understanding. What’s nice about this app is that it’s multilingual and works offline (requires Chrome).

Download: Android

And there you have it. Are there any more coding apps that you would like to include in this list? Let us know in the comments!



Alyza is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. You can follow her at @tadboring.

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