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Vinit Agrawal- Co-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com)This platform makes building small and quick apps so much simple. you don't have to leave the browser to build some really cool things with it. And the feature to just fork an existing app with a click of a button is just amazing. Highly recommended for people trying to learn to code and make some useful apps.
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The Next WebThings were pretty simple when I first learned to code, almost ten years ago. I started by building simple websites. Once I figured out how to set up a LAMP server, I started hacking away, guided by free online tutorials and blog posts.
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- Software Engineer @ ToTheTensGlitch 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- 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