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Top 10 Best Apps To Learn Programming (Latest)

If you think learning from a computer is boring, then you could learn to program in your Android smartphone too. Therefore, here we will be listing top 10 Android apps that will help you to learn programming quickly. Let’s explore the list.

Top 10 Best Apps To Learn Programming 2017

#1. Programming Hub

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Programming Hub is your one-stop solution to learn all the top programming languages – anywhere, anytime. With a huge collection of programming examples, complete course material and compiler for practice, all your programming needs are bundled in a single app for your daily practice.

#2. Udacity

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Master in-demand skills in today’s hottest fields, through learning programs built with the world’s most innovative companies. Join millions of lifelong learners across the globe who are empowering themselves through education. Use the Udacity app to fully manage your personalized learning experience.

#3. Learn Python

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Learn Python, one of today’s most in-demand programming languages on-the-go, while playing, for FREE! Compete and collaborate with your fellow SoloLearners, while surfing through short lessons and fun quizzes. Practice writing Python code within the app, collect points, and show off your skills.

#4. C Programming

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This C Programming app enables you to carry basic C programming notes in your android. It contains about 90+ C Programs, and many FAQ’s.
This app has a very simple user interface and the contents can be easily understood by the users.
This will definitely help u for preparing for interviews, tests and in many more ways.

#5. Learn Programming

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Application was created for the purpose of thesis on “interactive textbook of Internet technologies.” It contains a list of all elements used in HTML 5 Explanation, see the browser and source code. The tests, which are then evaluated in the form of statistical tables. Sand, where one can try to write code that will automatically display it in the browser.

#6. Encode :Learn to Code

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Web Fundamentals: Ever wanted to start making webpages, but just didn’t know where to start? Our Web Fundamentals path is perfect for you. We’ll teach you the essentials of HTML and CSS, the two languages that sit behind every beautiful website, by making mini webpages using real code. So this is must use app for newly developers

#7. Treehouse

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Treehouse is the best way to learn technology. Learn web design with HTML & CSS, mobile development through coding Android apps with Java and iPhone apps with Swift & Objective-C, web development with Ruby on Rails, PHP, and Python, and business skills.

#8. SoloLearn : Learn To Code

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Learn to Code with SoloLearn! Join the fastest-growing global community of code learners to learn the basics or advance your existing skills. Reach a new level through learning solo or peer-to-peer interaction in the world of programming.

#9. Enki

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Level up your Javascript, Python, CSS, HTML, git, Linux and Java with Enki. It’s quick and easy to improve your programming skills, whether you’re a professional developer or a complete beginner.

#10. Code Hub

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Now in Code Hub you can learn HTML and CSS. It’s short (just as long as a 50 page book), simple (for everyone: beginners, designers, developers), and free (as in ‘free beer’ and ‘free speech’). It consists of 50 lessons across 4 chapters, covering the WebHTML5CSS3.

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