- The foundation of the website is HTML.
- The website style is done with CSS.
1. Fun Fun Function
Creator of the Fun Fun Function: Mattias Petter Johansson
Additional sources: DevTips
Rotation: At 8:00 GMT on Mondays, videos are released.
2. Wes Bos
Designer: Wes Bos
Podcast SyntaxFM is one more source.
Creator of FreeCodeCamp: freecodecamp.org
Additional resources: freeCodeCamp Talks
Moshfegh Hamedani, author of the Mosh programming language
If you enjoy his channel, check out Mosh’s website, where he offers a variety of courses and has gathered more than 200,000 students from 192 different countries over his 18 years as a professional teacher and trainer. Most of his films are relatively long, sometimes lasting up to eight hours. Many quick films try to address a specific issue or concern, so don’t worry if you feel that you don’t have enough time for lengthy training.
5. Traversy Media
Creator of Traversy Media: Brad Traversy
The topic is tutorials for web development and programming using the newest web technologies, such as Node.js, Angular, React.js, PHP, Rails, HTML, and CSS.
Brad Traversy initially began creating websites for a business he founded called Tech Guys Web Solutions but soon realized his true love was teaching. He then decided to launch a YouTube channel, which became one of the most popular channels on the platform. More than 60 million people have seen and enjoyed Brad’s films, and 800,000 have subscribed to the channel. Both short and long films are offered; the longest, though, lasts for around two hours.
Creator of Acadmind: Maximilian Schwarzmüller
7. The Coding Train
Daniel Shiffman is the author of The Coding Train.
rotation: regular live broadcasts
8. Hitesh Choudhary
Hitesh Choudhary, creator
366K are subscribers.
Programming, penetration testing, and the creation of websites and mobile apps
India-based instructor Hitesh Choudhary instructs programmers from around the world in several programming languages (both free and paid). Visit his website, https://courses.LearnCodeOnline.in, to learn more about him and perhaps sign up for a course. There are many videos on his YouTube channel. Most are brief (up to 20 minutes) but highly educational.
9. The Net Ninja.
Shaun Pelling created The Net Ninja.
Hemel Patel created Techsith.
Other channels: InfoSith and InterviewNest