Programming Hub 2.0

Duolingo like app to learn coding πŸ’»πŸ“±πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’»

#3 Product of the DayJanuary 15, 2019

Programming Hub is a fun and interactive way to learn programming on your smartphone. With the Programming Hub app, you can learn 30+ programming languages with interactive lessons, programming code examples and assessments.

You can practice coding anytime and anywhere!

Reviews

  • Jitesh Dugar
    Jitesh DugarIndie Hacker
    Pros:Β 

    Beautiful interface and fun content to learn programming

    Cons:Β 

    None

    Content is really well aligned and prepared to make learning programming easy for beginners. It is also useful for programmers to brush up basics on any programming language.

    Jitesh Dugar has used this product for one month.
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  • Rishi Mathur
    Rishi MathurFounder, Codegiant
    Pros:Β 

    Beautiful UX to learn programming

    Cons:Β 

    Liking it so far, no complaints.

    Programming basics are covered really really well and I am glad I signed up for this. Most of the content is free and we can always keep a track of our progress. Liking it so far.

    Rishi Mathur has used this product for one day.
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Jitesh Dugar
Jitesh DugarHunter@jitesh_dugar Β· Indie Hacker
Thrilled to hunt this new programming Hub app that is completely revamped from its previous version. The new version is revamped with a brand new user interface, better arrangement of course, more fun and interactive course content. With this update, you also get a globally verified e-certificate on completion of a programming language course.
Tito Aby Idicula
Tito Aby IdiculaMaker@killercrosser Β· Co founder, Programming Hub
Hi Product Hunt! Glad to see Programming Hub here. We launched and are live for iOS, after launching our Android app few years ago. Programming Hub is a totally interactive and fun way to learn to code on your Android + iPhone + iPad - no coding experience required! We have short bite-sized lessons and practice quizzes in 30+ Programming Languages along with E-certificates for completion of each course. Making the app as interactive and fun as possible was really important to us. To this end, we let you run, write and experiment with code in a mobile code editor and bring your code to life! We are addressing 3 major problems through Programming Hub: 1. Making Programming skills affordable to the masses(including 1 Billion learning aspirants from developing countries to bridge the gap of 1 million programmers deficit by 2020) 2. Programming is complex: thus we simplified it by relating complex concepts with real world examples. 3. Programming is boring: hence we made the course as engaging, interactive and fun as possible. Inclusion of humor and sarcasm has made the course unlike anything you'll find anywhere else. Courses are research backed using kolbs scientific model of learning and guarantee retention of concepts you learn through the app. Happy to answer any questions, and I'd love to hear your feedback. Email me at tito@prghub.com or leave a comment here. Cheers ❀️
Nigel H C'rasto
Nigel H C'rastoMaker@nigel_h_crasto Β· Founder @ Programming Hub
We’re thrilled to be back on ProductHunt with Programming Hub 2.0. πŸš€ Our initial launch on ProductHunt was almost two years ago, since the success of our android app, we have worked continuously to introduce the iOS version and improve the product, add more courses, and made coding more fun & accessible for you + our 5 Million users! With Programming Hub 2.0, we've reimagined learning how to learn programming on your mobile device. We've reimagined every interaction and screen, adapted the look and feel of the whole app, made the learning experience even more playful, and on top of that introduced research backed learning model along with a little humor to make your learning journey a fun and amazing experience. Programming Hub 2.0 is available today on iOS and Android! πŸ“² We are excited to announce that we are also working on web version of the platform which is already in rapid development as I write this post! 🀩 Let us know what you think! We’ll be here to answer your questions. πŸ™‚β€οΈπŸ’•πŸ’–
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x Β· Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
I tried programming Hub a couple of months ago on my phone and even though it certainly provides some useful pieces of information there were a lot of issues, namely: - lots and lots of grammatical mistakes (for an educational app with a paid tier I find it pretty unacceptable to not get the text proof read by a professional before releasing it) - a lot of unwanted (in my opinion) attempts to be funny that do not help with the learning process, and only make the lessons longer for no reason. One "joke" I still remember went like this "HTML is easy to understand (unlike your girlfriend)". Truthfully, that's an unnecessary comment which isn't even funny IMO. It also assumes that all the users are male, straight and have or have had a girlfriend. It kind of pissed me off to be honest :)
Tito Aby Idicula
Tito Aby IdiculaMaker@killercrosser Β· Co founder, Programming Hub
@anna_0x I would kindly request you to check the updated version of the app now... - Rest assured all the grammatical mistakes have now been corrected in 2.0. - The girlfriend reference had also been removed immediately(about a month back) since we received feedback on that reference and we take user feedback very seriously. Thanks for your feedback :) This helps us improve and we won't let you down πŸ‘
Mark O'Nolan
Mark O'Nolan@marky_nolan Β· Indie Hacker, Growth at Codegiant.io
@anna_0x @killercrosser Errors and bugs are a part of every app, but what is really important is that the team behind the app should be responsive to user feedback and should promptly resolve the errors. @anna_0x I empathize with the makers of the app considering the fact that they are working on a lot of learning content which is updated regularly. I hope you give them another chance. Have been a user of the app for about a month now and I absolutely love the interface and the content. Good luck guys :)
Tito Aby Idicula
Tito Aby IdiculaMaker@killercrosser Β· Co founder, Programming Hub
@anna_0x @marky_nolan Thank you so much for your support guys! ❀️ This makes all the work we do worthwhile and keeps us motivated to deliver the best for you. Stay awesome :)
Benny Lewis
Benny Lewis@irishpolyglot Β· Founder of Fluent in 3 Months
@anna_0x @marky_nolan @killercrosser I just signed up today, and found the same issues Anna did with bad grammar. They have *not* been fixed. So, the team has not been responding to feedback as thoroughly as implied. Anna and I can't be the only ones who have seen this. Maybe all this fanfare is for the iOS version and the Android one was left behind?
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x Β· Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@killercrosser @irishpolyglot I am also on Android but assumed that the content would be the same... @marky_nolan we're not talking about small mistakes or typos here. We are talking about broken English everywhere. I understand that the developers are probably not native English speakers and of this was a 100% free app I would also understand not being able to justify spending money to hire proofreaders. But, the app charges money and with that in mind, I think it makes sense to get the errors corrected by professionals. I have not tried version 2 of the app (perhaps will do in the future) but @irishpolyglot has and says that the issues are still there. PS: glad you removed the girlfriend joke
Martijn Verbove
Martijn VerbovePro@martijn_verbove Β· Founder @ Convergate πŸš€
Congrats @Jitesh! I really like the idea and product looks good. I’m going to give it a spin 😎 Keep up the great work and good luck today!
Jitesh Singh
Jitesh Singh@jitesh Β· Software Developer
@martijn_verbove you probably intended to tag some other Jitesh πŸ™‚