Programming Hub

Your personal programming companion

Programming Hub is your personal programming companion.

With a wide range of 30+ courses and e-certificates, programming hub is your one stop solution to learn and practice on the go, anywhere, anytime!

discussion
Would you recommend this product?
13 Reviews5.0/5
Darshan Gajara
Product Designer & Maker
I liked the UI and the usage of illustrations on the app. Nice work team.
Upvote (6)
ShareReport
Tito Aby Idicula
Maker
Co founder, Programming Hub
@weirdowizard Thank you so much! Your appreciation matters a lot to us. Glad to hear you liked it.
Upvote (2)
ShareReport
Orhan Bayramco-founder & ceo @AngelEffect
Looks great! When do you plan to launch on iOS?
Upvote (4)
ShareReport
Yogesh Lakhotia
Maker
CoFounder of Programming Hub
@orhanbayram We are equally excited for the iOS launch...it's currently under development. Expect the launch in couple of monthsπŸ™‚
Upvote (2)
ShareReport

Overall good update.

Pros:

It's a great app. You can learn the basics of programming. Has a good interface and lite app.

Cons:

Nothing

Upvote (4)
ShareReport
Tito Aby Idicula
Maker
Co founder, Programming Hub
The right way to learn programming: Unlike other subjects, programming has to be taught and learned in a completely different way. This is why most of the traditional approaches have failed to teach programming effectively. For the first time in history, along with Google experts, we have crafted a perfect path for learning Programming. Making programming fun: Programming is often considered difficult and boring. But not anymore, we have made Programming Hub fun and interactive so that people learn new skills and enjoy the process. Universally accessible: There are over 1.8 billion people learning Programming and the majority are doing so to gain access to better job opportunities. Unfortunately, learning programming is expensive and inaccessible to most. We created Programming Hub so that everyone could have a chance. Free courses coupled with very affordable premium courses makes Programming Hub sustainable and highly accessible for everyone. Currently, we have introduced the new courses for Fundamentals, Java, C and C++ in the Android app. Please do check out the app for free and let us know your valuable feedback :) Link: https://goo.gl/PVeVuH Thank you β™₯
Upvote (4)
ShareReport
Akshay Kadam(A2K)
Maker of all things JavaScript 😘
Nice app. Did u try React Native for this app? I think it would save development time & money. Also, its better for this use case. Edit: I tried the app on my Vivo V5s phone. Its constantly crashing when I click Swift (Free reference) & stop showing so much subscribe to Pro Content its annoying as hell. I opened up the app 3 times after crashing & it shows me Subscribe to Pro everytime & it crashes a lot,
Upvote (1)
ShareReport
Tito Aby Idicula
Maker
Co founder, Programming Hub
@deadcoder0904 Hey Akshay, appreciate your inputs. Will consider React for future updates. Based on our current skill-sets and expertise, we have chosen to go native as the best option which satisfies all our requirements. Solution to your crashes: First of all apologies for the inconvenience, the app requires a strong internet connection at the start while it loads your courses for the first time. Reinstalling the app will fix your issues. I would suggest kindly write to us at hello@prghub.com with the error details, our support team will be happy to help you better :)
Upvote (1)
ShareReport
Akshay Kadam(A2K)
Maker of all things JavaScript 😘
@prghub @killercrosser Nope it didn't work. I tried Free Reference for Javascript & Swift & both crashes. Nothing detailed error report. It just crashes by clicking on Free Reference, that's it. Rest works perfectly fine & the UI is awesome 😍
Upvote (1)
ShareReport
Tito Aby Idicula
Maker
Co founder, Programming Hub
@deadcoder0904 Here's an apk specifically to solve your bug: http://bit.ly/2AsbVl4 Let me know if it worked for you :) Thank you for your appreciations on the UI :) Helps us understand we are on the right track.
Upvote (1)
ShareReport
Akshay Kadam(A2K)
Maker of all things JavaScript 😘
@killercrosser Yep it did. Thanks πŸ‘ One thing I noted the Loading bar when fetching references looks too big..I think it must be small
Upvote (2)
ShareReport
Nigel H C'rasto
Maker
Founder @ Programming Hub
@deadcoder0904 Thank you once again for the inputs! We will definitely check the loading bar and improve it in our next update :)
Upvote
ShareReport