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I just wanted to pass this along for those who are learning to code or even challenging for those who are more advanced. I know there are a number of sites like this.
I started learning Python really when I got Pythonista almost a year ago and I'm still not great with the basics but I think this kind of site is helping me learn more.
I'm not affiliated with this in any way....just want to share something for those wishing to improve Python (or other languages)
I tried to find a way to upload scripts for testing via Pythonista, but it's not easy as the site is heavily scripted. Easiest way I found is through Dropbox (save to Dropbox and then upload script on the site). Unfortunately the website is not mobile friendly and pasting into the submit form seems to not work on iOS (it does on PC).
@Webmaster4o what is your level?
@cook No idea. I haven't used it that much. I'll check later.
@Tizzy I don't really like codeacademy. A lot of my friends have struggled with it over a real teacher.
@cook Eh, I like JS. It's not really as unreadable as some languages.
I especially like that it makes your code accessible to a much wider audience. Exploring someone's Python project typically involves more effort than just visiting a webpage.
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@ccc that is really cool. I passed it on to my brother who does a lot of web development and is interested now in Python. Thanks!
@Webmaster4o yes....I think if I took a little time to learn the basics of js is be alright. My experience with it is quite minimal. For now I don't have much need of it...not sure in the future. As far as pythonista goes it would certainly be useful in expanding webview functionality inside the webview. If I use the tool above that could be interesting to try....have my script running inside webview...could be very useful!
I've always wondered if there was some way to pass information from say a form button inside webview to the Python script and then the script does something. I'm sure there's some way....but I've not tried yet.
@Webmaster4o ....yes! I knew about doing a server...didn't click the two together. I don't need to now but if I have some application for it later I'll give it a shot.
Here is another potential learning source that I stumbled upon today. LinkedIn SlideShare. They seem to have slide shows on a huge array of subjects. There is also a free app listed below.
But I did a search on Python and a lot of presentations come back. I looked through some of them, I found it good. You don't need to be a ?LinkedIn member (I am not) , I could use my Facebook to login with the app.
Anyway, it's free, nothing to lose. I often like side presentation style for getting an overview.
Hope it helps.
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@Phuket2 ...okay downloading it... I'll check it out later.
Please provide some websites to learn computer programming or which sites do better, learn from it
For Learning Python and other coding languages, there may be many sites and institutes provide online as well as classroom practice.
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