So I’ve seen people who don’t know any language needs something before learning C++. I’ve seen the basic course and then the course after that. But usually there is a big separation between the two courses usauly going from code block forms to writing out full code.
Recently I’ve tried out Swift Playgrounds on the apple App Store. This app is made for iOS (only iPads no iPhones 🙁 ) and is made by Apple. Swift is a great language to start out with because very clean and simple. This app starts you out using swift itself and combing typing and the basic common code block form of these courses. It also seems that they add new challenges every month to also help you go to an intermediate level.
I recommend this to anyone who has an IPad and wants to learn. It’s fun, effective and easy to use.
I can say from experience that SoloLearn is very good at teaching C++. 🙂
@mater06 I’ve already tried it and thats not my point. I was trying to say that BEFORE you start learning C++ an app like this would give beginners an understanding on code.
Well if this Swift Playgrounds app is only for iPads, it might not be the best way to get acquainted with programming. I’ve used Codecademy before and that’s a good way to start learning some general programming languages, although C++ is not offered. LearnCPP.com is another resource to use in addition to @mater06‘s suggestion.
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