It mainly includes Java, php, C, C++, HTML, Ruby, Python, Go eight popular language code editors, as well as many commonly used tools for programming, such as regular expressions, data encryption and decryption, QR code and other tools.
Added common tools for developers
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Tried a few, this is the one!
I’ve been wanting to get into programming a little so i downloaded a few similar apps and ran thru a few of their modules. Within maybe 10-15 minutes, I would exhaust their free content and would be pressed to upgrade to a pro account to learn any more. I thought about doing it for one of the apps even though the language i was looking for (C#) wasnt available yet. Then I found this app and my search is over! It does have a pro version like the rest, but it doesnt appear to hold back content from non pro members. It also has waaaaay more content to dive into compared to the others. I love that in addition to the learning/ module side, there is also a challenge mode that turns a tough subject into a game. Then SoloLearn takes it a step further and lets users share codes they’ve been working on INSIDE THE APP and you can run them on your phone to check out how they work. This is awesome and is going to keep me hooked for a while!
Great introduction to coding
This app provides a great introduction or refresher to the basics of the most commonly used languages. Anyone, even without any knowledge of coding, could use this app to start off their computer science career. One of the places it is weak, though, is formally providing context and background on the languages. Solo mostly relies on user-contributed comments sections for this, but they are often lacking or overly repetitive. Finally, this app won’t give you the longitudinal projects (like a capstone project in college) to become fully literate in any of the languages, so you don’t get much else but the basics to early intermediate. Overall, this is a great place to start for anyone. If you some background in computer science from one language, you’ll easily dive in and pick up other languages from the well-ordered lesson plans.
I am new to coding and have explored various free resources and none of them come close to this. I am understanding concepts a lot easier here and planning to check out the other languages available here. If your looking for something free to get you started I strongly recommend give this a try.
Side note: I did notice there are small details left out here and there while learning but I believe it’s to keep things as simple. Always look in to other resources apart from this to get a full understanding of language your seeking to learn. Either way this does sufficient to get you going (:
Hope this helps those searching as I was in the past.
- Ling Yun Cai
- 56.7 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2019 nkbc Inc
- In-App Purchases
- One year vip $15.99
- one year vip $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.