Top 9 Best Websites To Learn Programming in 2021

Programming has gained immense popularity causing people to jump into this field. But to become a successful developer you need to ensure that you have adequate knowledge about Programming and its languages. The Internet is full of amazing resources to help newcomers learn Java and other languages from scratch to the advanced level.
Below are the Top 9 best websites which might help you identify the perfect and most convenient website for study.

CodeGym

  • Platforms: You can access CodeGym through its website on your browser, download an Android app. Also, you could solve coding tasks through the desktop IntelliJ IDEA plugin
  • Programming languages: Java
  • Pricing: free zero levels, after there is a monthly fee of $49 for Premium subscription and $99 for Premium Pro, or $499 per year for Premium and $999 per year for Premium Pro. Also, there is a free Android app.

Codecademy

  • Platforms: Can be used online on browser, Desktop, iOS, and Android.
  • Programming languages: Java, JavaScript, PHP, C, C++, Ruby, Swift, Python, and many more.
  • Pricing: Get access to basic courses for free, however, to unlock advanced courses you will need to pay an amount of $15.99- $19.99 per month

Treehouse

  • Platforms: works on Desktop, iOS, and Android
  • Programming languages: Java, Python, C#, PHP, Ruby, HTML.
  • Pricing: It offers 7 days free trial, and later you have to pay $25-$199 per month

Udacity

  • Platforms: works on Online, Desktop, iOS, Android.
  • Programming languages: resources of all popular programming languages can be found here.
  • Pricing: Udacity has a big amount of courses of different duration. Each course has its own price. Some courses are completely free (but do not offer a certificate). Others may reach up to $3000 for the whole course. Also, you can pay for several months upfront for a reduced amount.

FreeCodeCamp

  • Platforms: Compatible Online, Desktop only.
  • Programming languages: Python, Java, C, PHP, JS, CSS, HTML
  • Pricing: free

GeeksforGeeks

  • Platforms: Supported by Online, and Desktop only.
  • Programming languages: Java, JS, PHP, Swift, Scala, Rust, C, and others
  • Pricing: there are several free tutorials and also they have paid courses up to $300 per course.

W3Schools

  • Platforms: Compatible with Online Browser, Desktop, and Android.
  • Programming languages: contains resources for nearly all the popular programming languages.
  • Pricing: includes free tutorials and also paid courses that cost up to $200 per course.

One Month

  • Platforms: Works on Online Browser and Desktop only
  • Programming languages: JavaScript, Python, Ruby, SQL, HTML CSS, and others.
  • Pricing: There is a free trial where you can find a few courses, however, to access all the programming courses you need to pay $299 per year

The Odin Project

  • Platforms: Supported with Online Browser and Desktop only
  • Programming languages: HTML, CSS , JavaScript, Ruby
  • Pricing: all features can be accessed for free.

Wrap Up

With a vast range of resources available for you to learn about programming, you can select the one which appeals you to the most. For instance, if you understand better while playing games then CodeGym is perfect for you to learn Java; however, if you learn well by creating projects then The Odin Project is suitable for you. For users who want to learn programming languages instantly then One Month is the right match for them. So choose the one and start making outstanding projects.

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