The best courses for learning web development 
Curious what web development courses you should take?
Here are my recommended courses and online curriculum based on my own experience and research. There are both free and paid options, depending on your budget.
Hope you enjoy!
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Zero to Mastery Academy
Andrei is excellent at explaining complex topics, and I highly recommend checking out his Complete Web Developer bootcamp course that takes you from beginner to advanced topics in web development.
If you’re curious about learning to code, but are looking for a free option, FreeCodeCamp is a great place to get your feet wet. It’s a self-paced online bootcamp for full-stack web development– and it’s completely free!
FreeCodeCamp is the brainchild of Quincy Larson, a teacher-turned-engineer. His mission is to make learning to code accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world.
The bootcamp itself is text-based with online quizzes, which may be a drawback for some. But they also have an amazing YouTube channel with video tutorials if you like learning through video.
Check out Tyler McGinnins’ courses here.
Here are some of his most popular courses:
CSS Grid by Wes Bos
Another free course by Wes Bos on one of newest topics in web development right now– CSS grid. Like his other courses, Wes does a great job of explaining all the ins and outs of CSS grid using clear screencasts. At just under 4 hours devoted to this one topic, it’s a brief but very concentrated course. And again, it’s free!
Check out Wes Bos’ CSS Grid course here.
React for Beginners by Wes Bos
At around 5 hours of course content, it takes you through all the steps in building a real-world React app. As the name suggests, this course won’t take you through more advanced concepts. But it will give you a very in-depth look if you’re just starting out.
Check out Wes Bos’ React for Beginners course here.
Freelancing courses by John Morris
Want to work for yourself as a freelancer? You might be interested in John Morris’ courses. In his courses on Skillshare, John walks you through the steps on your road to being a freelancer, as well as how to build an UpWork profile.
One perk of Skillshare is that they let you sign up for a free trial, and go through as many courses as you want during that period. As long as you are careful to cancel your subscription before the trial ends, you can check out a ton of courses for free!
Check out John’s course with a free 2-month trial of Skillshare Premium.
Freelancing bundle by Study Web Development
Want to build your own web development business as a freelancer? Kyle Prinsloo of Study Web Development has a collection of super in-depth resources that will walk you through the process of starting and launching your business.
It comes with a 140-page ebook, website templates you can use for your client work, helpful checklists, and client proposal and invoice templates. If you’re serious about being a freelancer, check this bundle out.