[AMA] What coding resources do you use & recommend

ama-24-march-17

#1

What coding resources (like, a cheatsheet or a guidebook or something) do you use to do your jobs, and which ones would you recommend for new users?


Codecademy AMA: March 24 2017
Codecademy AMA: March 24 2017
#2

I like http://codeguide.co/ for a code styleguide. It's intended for HTML/CSS, but I apply some of the general stuff, such as tab width, to other languages as well :slight_smile:


#3

I have two regular expression cheat sheets in my bookmark bar I use everytime I have to write a regex for the last 10ish years


and
https://jex.im/regulex


#4

Stackoverflow is a de-facto reference tool for professional programmers. Its a living guidebook written by programmers for programmers in the form of questions and answers.


#5

Codecademy actually have their own glossaries https://www.codecademy.com/articles/glossary-html


#6

Thanks! HTML and CSS was what I needed, but the others are useful too. Not sure I'm experienced enough for Stackoverflow yet. :sweat_smile:


#7

Sorry for the delay, I’ve been in another meeting! I definitely use the official documentation for whatever language i’m working with a lot.


#8

Flexbox Froggy is a good one for practicing (you guessed it) your Flexbox skills.

CSS Zen Garden is a great resource too.