So you have decided to learn to code specifically to learn about web development but you really have no idea on how to get started or probably you've searched through the internet and found tonnes of resources on it, as a result, felt overwhelmed or a bit confused on which of these resources to kickstart with or maybe you've heard about bootcamps and practically could not afford it. In this article, you will find 5 websites to help you learn web development for free.
The Odin Project is an awesome place to kickstart your web development journey. It has a full stack development curriculum and you get to build portfolio-worthy projects alongside a community of developers.
MDN Docs is a free online resource consisting of varying articles on web development topics. It is created by a community of developers and regularly updated by Mozilla, Google & Microsoft employees.
Picking two or three of these resources, following the curriculums consistently, practicing the exercises, and building projects on what you've learned would definitely help you understand the basic concepts of web development.
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