I suppose if they can teach eight year olds common core math methods for multiplying and algebraic reasoning to ten year olds, it can teach a kid to code.
I was asking for advice for beginners. If it can help my kids with their homework, it can teach me the basics of JS.
If that’s the one I’m thinking of, I do not think I can afford it. Some of the online courses are several hundred dollars, while cheap online ones are a hundred bucks I do not have.
Yeah, until he was wrongly drummed off the board for a political donation a decade prior, as if that mattered more than founding a major browser and programming language for the web.
Mozilla points people to Code Academy’s introduction course, as well as the Google Code University.
I’ve never even heard of a Google Code Academy.
To be fair, they have a link to the MDN tutorial, too.
What is MDN?
Mozilla developer network.
I worry that that is too advanced for me.
So read through the introductory material on w3schools.com. It has some simple tutorials with code samples, too.
That’s almost standard for learning HTML.
Assuming I understand all the references.
Is it bad if I admit I do not even know what that means?
HTML DOM means the HTML Document Object Model. You know, if you do not know that about HTML, you need to take the HTML introductory classes from Khan Academy or other sites.
As long as it is accessible.
You could try Learn-JS dot org for tutorials on basics like operators, conditions and hello world.
I think creating hello world is the basic tutorial for any programming language.
That’s pretty likely given the site’s name.
I’m glad you’re giving me long term directions, but I’d rather try the site where I help my kids do their homework.