If you want to learn and code on the go, on your mobile device, then I got some news for you.
A friend of mine tipsed me about learning-to-code apps that are available for both Android and iOS.
And as I mentioned, the apps are available for both iOS and Android. Good luck!
P.S. You can also code and visit your profile fro your PC or Mac by visiting SoloLearn.com.
Just ahead of a new semester and new development techniques that we will go through, this tutorial may give you a hint when it comes to C#.
App development for on-premise Sharepoint(2010 – 2013) uses C# as main language and that’s why it feels that this is the right time to take a look at what it is and how it looks.
Notepad is the easiest-to-use text editor and the best thing about it it’s that is available on Windows OSes. You can write any code you want, but it does not have a compilator, which is needed for debugging and compiling programs.
2. VISUAL STUDIO CODE
Visual Studio Code is a neat text-editor that has more fratures than Notepad – such as different colors on tags and syntax and more functionality like creating a git, for exemple. Also available for MacOS users.
Prehaps laking a couple of functions found in Visual Stuio Code, Notepad++ is probably far more popular to users worldwide. Even here, the tags and syntaxes have their own color, which is nice, specially if you wanna to distuinguish one from another. Comes aswell with add-ons.
This video shows how Visual Studio 2017 includes support for great mobile development, streamlines cloud development, and greatly boosts developer productivity with improvements for everything from IntelliSense to Unit Testing to performance.
See: VS 2017 Features