Thursday, 13 Dec 2018

Learn JavaScript while playing with the app Grasshopper

Area 120, Google’s startup incubator, unveiled a new mobile application. On Grasshopper, you can learn the basics of JavaScript through fun puzzles and quizzes.

You can think of Grasshopper as an application that teaches you how to encode Javascript, just like an application like Duolingo learns a foreign language “: Here, summarized by the developers at the origin of its design, the principle of new application launched by Google.

On April 19, 2018, the firm unveiled Grasshopper , an application born in the bosom of its incubator Area 120 startups. The service offers its users to learn the basics of the JavaScript programming language.


Quizzes and puzzles

The application uses puzzles and quizzes, to do daily to discover the different lessons offered by Grasshopper on JavaScript. To use the app, just go through his Google Account. As and when learning, the puzzles to solve are increasingly complex.

It is also possible to ask to be notified daily by the app, if you want to organize your learning sessions regularly.

This initiative is not the first Google to familiarize users with the basics of programming. By the end of 2017, the company had invited the youngest to learn to code through a fun mini game integrated into his Doodle .

Grasshopper is now available on Android and iOS .

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