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Fun to Code
The game that teachs kids how to code

Fun to Code is a game to teach kids how to code (improves problem solving skills of kids).

8 Alternatives to Fun to Code

The community where you'll build the app of your dreams

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Dave Cole
Dave Cole- Software Engineer at Wistia.
Hands down, the best tool for learning how to code. On Glitch, you can see exactly how a bunch of real community-built apps work, make a copy of any app for yourself, and start modifying it. Building stuff, breaking stuff, and fixing stuff is the best way to learn. Glitch helps you get started absurdly quickly, and provides the fastest possible feedback … See more
Brandon Anzaldi
Brandon Anzaldi- Software Engineer @ ToTheTens
Glitch is a mixture of a social network, a code tutorial, and a pre-made application library, so you can pick a starting point, remix it, and get started with your own bot. They have a whole Handy Bots category. It takes some code, but if you want to learn to code while building your bot, I highly recommend it.
Jonathan James
Jonathan James- Always Reaching.
I would consider creating this custom using the following in the following ways: 1) Setup and get a Mlabs account working that will save submitted data on button-click to your MongoDB, I used https://glitch.com/~adam-mongo-test recently to setup my own private messaging domain, but you're going to want to configure https://glitch.com/~fcc-voting-a... which … See more
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An exciting game of programming and Artificial Intelligence

WarriorJS is an exciting game of programming and Artificial Intelligence where you wear the skin of a warrior climbing a tall tower to reach The JavaScript Sword at the top level. Legend has it that the sword bearer becomes enlightened in the JavaScript language by instructing the warrior to battle enemies, rescue captives, and stay alive.

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Enlight is an open-source collection of detailed tutorials for learning to code through building applications. Enlight 2.0 is a redesigned second iteration with new tutorials in Node.js, Python, Machine Learning, and more. Enlight also now includes a community page, where users can ask for code help and share their projects.

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Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- B2B SaaS Consultant
Choose a project and start coding now.
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Hacker Noon
A couple years ago, a young boy who just had entered his teen years took on the challenge of taking a codeacademy course on HTML & CSS. Little did he know that his passion for technology, sparked...
30 Alternatives to Enlight 2.0

Mimo helps you learn how to code, right from your phone. With hands-on challenges, real-world projects, and head-to-head competitions, you can learn to build an app or website wherever you are.

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David Adamu
David Adamu- Maker. Product Designer @Andela
Mimo is also a great alternative.
David Adamu
David Adamu- Maker. Product Designer @Andela
Mimo is also a great alternative.
David Adamu
David Adamu- Maker. Product Designer @Andela
Notifications on, reminders set, but I just haven't found myself sticking to it. But, I love the app alot. 😭
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