Mimo for Web

Learn to code on your phone and your computer 📱💻

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Mimo is a platform that teaches programming, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Swift, and more through gamified and interactive lessons on Android, iOS, and now also on the web.


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Johannes Berger
Johannes BergerMakerHiring@triplejberger · Co-founder & CEO, Mimo
Around four months ago, we released Mimo for Android. Since then we’ve already seen more than 500,000 new learners on Android alone joining our community of over three million coders. 🚀 Today, we’re back on Product Hunt to introduce Mimo on the web! Make use of the bigger screen of your computer to dive even deeper into coding! With Mimo being available on Android and iOS as well as on your browser, there’s literally no excuse not to learn more about technology! Let us know what you think. We’ll be here to answer your questions. 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Kevin@keeev · Maker @ Bardo
Great to see Mimo on the web now. Been using it on the phone for quite a while already. I also love the design. Good work. 😉
Johannes Berger
Johannes BergerMakerHiring@triplejberger · Co-founder & CEO, Mimo
@keeev Thanks a lot, Kevin! Please do let us know what you think of our web version!
Kevin@keeev · Maker @ Bardo
@triplejberger currently I'm doing a course while typing this comment and since I'm not limited to stare at my phone anymore it's just awesome.
Thomas Schranz ⛄️
Thomas Schranz ⛄️Hunter@__tosh · Co-founder & CEO, Blossom
Fun coding challenges and impressive interaction design; especially for a web application.
Johannes Berger
Johannes BergerMakerHiring@triplejberger · Co-founder & CEO, Mimo
@__tosh thanks for hunting us!
Babken Karapetyan@babken_karapetyan · Innovation is a Memetic Evolution
Natalie Korotaeva
Natalie Korotaeva@natalie_korotaeva1
Congrats on the launch for web! What was the biggest challenge in redesigning Mimo for a big screen?
@natalie_korotaeva1 Thanks :) Probably to make good use of all the space and I think we could still (and most certainly will) improve in that aspect.