How to use this site
People like to learn in different ways, and here at ↹instructionWO☈D, you can select the approach that suits you best. There are two approaches used and they're outlined below. You can switch between the two different 'modes' from the top menu.
Each main section has various articles associated with them, with more being added regularly.
Audience: There are articles in this section for absolute beginners and up. You do not need any coding experience to start using this section.
You are currently in the BASICS section of the site. Here the lessons are designed to give you an overview and a jumping off point for further study. The articles are informational and don't present the information as it relates to real world projects. Here, you'll learn about the languages and technologies, but not necessarily how to apply them to real projects.
Audience: There are articles in this section for absolute beginners and up. You do not need any coding experience to start using this section. There are advanced topics covered in various articles, but all supporting information is supplied either in the Projects section or in the Basics section.
You'll find projects for absolute beginners here along with progressively more advanced material. The idea of this section is to show you how things fit together, without getting caught up in information overload. You will learn about things when you need to. If you like to learn by doing, this section may suit you better than the Basics section.
Important Please bear in mind that you'll only develop coding skills if you write code. This is the same for any skill. You can't learn to play a musical instrument just by reading about it. You need to do some reading and lots of playing.