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Codelearn Launches Code Learning Platform At #NAMA

Codelearn is a website which intends to allow programmers and non-programmers to learn various programming languages by offering a variety of interactive web-based courses. Demoing the platform at #Alpha, the product and startup showcase at #NAMA conference, Hemanth Haridas, co-founder at Codelearn stated that the existing tutorials are too focused on teaching the syntax of a programming language rather than focusing on app development itself. Further, he also noted that setting up a development environment on any computer has been a pain point for many budding app developers. The company intends to address these problems by providing tutorials and an in-browser app development environment on its website, in a bid to reduce the lead time for budding developers to only focus on developing apps. What's interesting though is that the company offers these tutorials on a need-to know basis rather than the traditional chapter model. i.e. it provide information only about what is needed during a specific course and ignores all the smaller level details which may not be needed for a programmer. Languages: The site is currently in private beta and offers a Ruby On Rails app development environment and only a single course on Ruby on Rails at the time of writing article, but it plans to add more app development environments and tutorials on these web technologies and frameworks shortly. The company also claims to have emulated the complete Rails environment on its website, allowing programmers to learn and test their written code for correctness. When we checked, we noticed that each tutorial on the…

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