Posted on Monday, October 21st, 2013 by Will Hagle
There are plenty of free sites that teach programming languages, but Dash is one of the best that I’ve used because it doesn’t assume that you already know complex math or anything else about coding. Every time the site teaches you something new, such as how to bold text in HTML, your newly acquired knowledge is logged in a tab called “skills” that you can go back and reference whenever you need a reminder. But even though Dash can be used by complete beginners, it’s unique in that it gets you designing things from the beginning. Within a few minutes of reading informative slides and typing code, you’ll have designed an entire HTML5 website. Even though the code you learn in the first few lessons is relatively simple, the web page you create still ends up looking good.