CodeDict is an official partner for Vue.js.
This is the only place in the world where you can learn Vue3.js intereactively (as opposed to just watching videos.)
CodeDict issues a certificate, which officially certify that you have completed the course.
CodeDict is an official partner for Vue.js and supports Vue.js.
You learn better when you work on a project
・You can watch a jocky riding a horse all day but that won’t get you to be one. You can say the same thing when you are learning to code.
・Courses on CodeDict are made for you to learn practicall skills that enables you to build something by coding.
・CodeDict gets you to learn essential and practical skills one by one, it is easier to see how and when to use what you have learned.
You could learn many concepts, but you do not learn the practical use of them, which makes it hard to continue learning let alone retain what you have learned.
You will be learning to code by building a project, so you retain the practical skills for a long time. The project is being build by yourself so it is more ejoyable than traditional learning.
Since you learn to code by building something, you can retain practical and useful skills in every learning stage of CodeDict.【Some Examples of what you will build】
It is not often the case that learners are exactly sure about their weekness in coding since there are somany concepts to understand. CodeDict analyzes your weekness based on the problems you have solved. By learning the concepts that you understand less repeatedly, you can retain the concepts and skills efficiently.
CodeDict has example code for certain features and elements. If you have a design or page that you want to build, you can look up by using this dictionary feature.
We see coding/programming as something very exciting and enjoyable. So we make sure that courses on CodeDict is enjoyable and exciting when we build them.
CodeDict uses modern up-to-date source code that professional developers use to teach you coding, so you can get that ”Creatable Skills”.
The contents on CodeDict are constantly being updated so you can always be updated with the state of art technologies and modern designs at any time.
Breaking into my late 20s and wondering if I should keep on doing what I was doing at the time, I saw the word programming on the Internet. I had been interested in programming for a long time, being an Arts major back in college and horrible at math, I used to shy away from it. But, I saw “Learn to code for fun” on their website, I was curious about the service, and so I started learning on CodeDict wondering if I could actually learn to code for fun. I was nervous thinking if I could do it when I just started, but learning on CodeDict was almost like being in a arts and crafts class back in primary, I was able to have lots of fun working on problems and actually building something. I was able to memorize the difficult terminologies when using CodeDict. It worked like magic! Now that I think about it, I think it was easy since I learned the terminologies along with how to practically use them. For now, I’d like to improve my coding skills on CodeDict so I can land a coding contract.
Mr.K.M in his 20’s
I am a housewife, and so when I was looking for a job that I could do while staying at home, one of my friends recommended that I try some programming stuff. Since programming is a required subject at my child's school, I thought it would be a good opportunity for my kid to be interested in programming if I started learning to program. I also just wanted to try new things. So I started going to a programming school. I was able to finish the program at the programming school, and so I was trying to make my portfolio to land a contract. But I was kind of lost not knowing how to apply what I have learned at the programming school I had no idea when my child asked me programming questions then. But now that I have been learning to code on CodeDict, I can easily answer his questions. I guess I have regained his trust lol. Now I work for a crowdsourcing job and I work for them while I do things at my house. I am planning to keep on refining my coding skills on CodeDict and try for better-paying projects.
Ms. R.K in her 30's
I am a university student, but I wanted to be able to draw an income from website development, and so I purchased one of the CodeDict plans. At the same time as starting courses on CodeDict, I bought my first laptop, so I actually started with learning and workinghow to use laptop and how to type and all that, even before I started working on the CodeDict course. You could bet. I probably had the least knowledge about web development and computers in general among all that were registered. But, thanks to plenty of good lectures and extensive resources on CodeDict as well as opportunity to actually work on a project, it only took three months for me to become able to make a decent website. Since there are many parts of a website ready for you to use on CodeDict, I was also easily able to deliver a website for my landed contract. Now I am planning to land more contracts during my summer break so that I could draw more income from making website and gain more experiences.
Mr. Y.H in his 20's
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