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Learn serious code on your iPad in a seriously fun way

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The coding app for beginners by Google

Grasshopper is the coding app for beginners. With fun, quick lessons on your phone, the app teaches adult learners to write real JavaScript. It’s currently available for free on Android and iOS. Grasshopper is built by a team within Area 120, a workshop for experimental projects.

Adelaida Diaz-Roa- Co-founder @ Nomo FOMO
Fun and easy way to learn JavaScript!
Google's internal incubator, Area 120, is today releasing its next creation: a learn-to-code mobile app for beginners called Grasshopper. At launch, the app teaches would-be coders how to write JavaScript, via short lessons on their iPhone or Android device.
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Learn to code in Swift on iPhone & iPad

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- Community Growth at
Learn how to code on your iPhone or iPad - whenever and wherever you have a minute. Dive into app development, learn how to build websites, and get the hang of databases - from the very beginning to intermediate and advanced-level concepts.
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Learn anything on your phone 📱 from Swift to Astrophysics 🚀

Py is a skill-based education app that teaches topics like app development, building websites and data science with a focus on programming. Learn in-demand skills like app development and data science right on your phone!

David Adamu- Maker.
Py is great for learning how to code. Check it out
Josh Huff- Head of Business Development, uZoom
I know it's not web based, but I've enjoyed using this to learn Swift.
What ever happened to spare time? I ask myself that question often at the end of a week-it seems like all the things I planned to do never happened, and not for lack of want. We're all busy, and hobbies seem like a luxury, not to mention trying to carve out the time to learn a new skill.
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Design+Code 2 iOS

Swift 4 designers. Learn to make an iOS app, from the app

The Design+Code iOS app lets you read and watch 44 hours of content about the techniques involved in making this app, using tools like Sketch, Framer and Xcode 9. You can bookmark important parts, check your progress for each section and do exercises to strengthen your knowledge. Zero coding experience required. Perfect for visual people.

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What is the best way to learn to code a trivia app game (like QuizUp) from scratch?

Leonardo VaghayeCurious
freeCodeCamp - Learn to code for free
"Open-source community for learning how to code through building projects for non-profits."
Enlight 2.0 - Learn to code by building fun projects 💻
"Choose a project and start coding now."

What is the best coding book for kids?

Hitarth Shetha 14 year old Geek Spreading Creativity.
Secret Code - A customizable children's book that breaks stereotypes
"I got this for my little cousin as a way to introduce her to coding, and she loved it! It's personalized to look like the girl your gifting… See more
Swift Playgrounds - Learn serious code on your iPad in a seriously fun way
"Not a book, but still a very kid-friendly tutorial on code (Swift)."

What are some good platforms/apps for kids to learn coding?

Mani KarthikJust a curious guy.
Swift Playgrounds - Learn serious code on your iPad in a seriously fun way
"This is a good option for students provided that they have access to an ipad. This app teaches Swift code concepts and fundamentals through… See more
Py 2.0 - Learn to code on the go 📱
"You know why."

What are some great (real world) products for kids to learn programming?

Scott BowlerCo-founder
Arduino - Build your own electronics
"Tried and tested method for getting kids excited about programming. I started programming with Arduinos when I was 9, and I've taught the b… See more
Swift Playgrounds - Learn serious code on your iPad in a seriously fun way
"My kids have used Tynker,, Kodable and many others. They consistently gravitate towards Swift Playgrounds."
Microbit - BBC's handheld, programmable computer given free to UK kids
"Very simple dev environment (web browser or smartphone): - Code visually using Blocks (or write code using … See more
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