Skillsweb (JS as well as markup) and some kotlin
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How do you learn how to code? Other than following courses of course. I've been bouncing between reading docs, following tutorials, and just learning on the go (I'm not a professional dev and don't really spend that much time doing it).14
I've told my friend the basics of web deving a year ago. I only taught him some basic html and css.
He's been at it trying to make a page for a year now, not even knowing about version management or how to use JS.
I feel bad.9
I use a couple of web apps for school (well I'm forced to actually) and some of them are just fucking terrible. I mean they've got some fancy design and stuff but they can't even make a normal text box that will actually let me do the most basic things like copy and pasting and using my home and end keys. Like doing any studying just takes 10 times longer than it has to.2