Finding great materials for developers isn’t that hard when you know where to look for them. You should know that Syndicode in software development since 2014. We collected a bunch of neat resources about programming, but there are always several that could be called the best. This week we prepared for you a list of the fullstack resources for professional programmers 2019.
Let’s see what we have here:
Here you will find over 190 books and 38 categories, and all books are free. Also, there is a post with the scope of books and tutorials for learning and mastering Ruby language.
- Design Principles
An open source website that can help you to understand and write Design Principles. By the way, on our blog, you can also find the ultimate UI/UX design guide with all the theory needed.
This is a display (HUD) for programmers with engineering knowledge that helps developers write better code faster. It is integrated with text editors and uses type inference to find examples while programmers type.
- Code To Go
- Libraries.io, version 2
There you can search over 4.03M packages by license, language or keyword, or explore new, trending or popular packages.
- Programming Talks
Interesting talks about programming. But don’t expect to find theoretical computer science for every talk there, most of them are on the architecture and design of the software. Except for talks, you can always watch some developers stream their coding on Twitch.
This is the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. It also contains questions and answers from users.
Programming Hub. Learn to code
A mobile-based Learning, Training and Development platform for programming languages. It has a huge collection of programming examples, complete course material, and compiler for practice.
- React UI Kits
Huge collection of UI toolkits for React
A development platform that is based on open source. It has a large repository where you can find software, development tools, application, and open source works for business or other purposes.
A mobile UI technology & SDK from Google that enables you to build native apps for multiple platforms from a single codebase written in Dart. Oh, we feel like Flutter is here for the next revolution on the web!
A code and text editor for Android tablets and phones -similar to Notepad++ or Gedit. Syntax highlighting for several languages, documents sharing via Dropbox, Gmail, etc.
- Visual Studio
A fully-featured integrated development environment for developing computer programs Android, iOS, Windows, and web developed by Microsoft. It is used to write native code and manage them.
- C++ Programming app
This is the only app which contains good quality tutorials, more than 140 Programs, covering all basic and advance concepts with FAQ and Exam questions to score more.
Hope you can find it useful! And hope you’ll see Syndicode’s experience with the help of such lists.
p.s. You can also check a curated list of progressive tools to optimize the performance of your web project.