Top 5 Best free Learning Resources for Web Developers in 2022

Top 5 Best Free Learning Resources for Web Developers

Web development is the most demanding skill to have in the current world. There are many employment opportunities in the web development market. On average, the salary of a fresher web developer can vary from 3LPA-5LPA. There is no limit to how much you can earn if you keep Upskilling yourself you can earn up to 25LPA-30LPA  within 3 or 4 years of your career. There are various Indian product-based companies like Swiggy, Ola, Cleartrip, Nykaa, Hotstar, Dream11, etc who provide a good package to web developers.

There are 3 types of web developers, Frontend Developer, Backend Developer, and Full Stack Developer. So before you start with real learning, you need to decide what kind of developer you want to be. Research correctlythen based on your interest choose one of them.No matter what you choose, HTML, CSS and Javascript are the most fundamental skills each web developer should know.

There are many resources on the Internet to learn about web development. Today I'm going to discuss some of the best free resources that I personally use to learn web development as a self-taught developer.


W3Schools was established in 1998 as an educational website. It's a website where you can learn how to write code. It includes various tutorials and references associated with web development such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, Jquery, PHP, React, MySQL, etc.

If you are a newbie then w3schools is the best place for you to start. It will assist you in clarifying your fundamental concepts. The best thing about w3schools is that it has plenty of examples that are very useful for beginners to understand the basics and it's completely free. 

Everything is given in a very structured format covering all important concepts.W3schools also provide paid courses. I will not advise enrolling for the paid course but if you want, then you can check. If you complete all of the exercises on w3schools you will undoubtedly improve your skills, which will aid you in your journey to becoming a better web developer.


In my opinion, this is the best site on the Internet for learning web development. I still don't recommend this site for the beginner because as a beginner, you don't need to learn everything you just need to get started. In the beginning, W3School is the best. 

Once you have 2-3 months of experience in web development, you can proceed to MDNWebDocs to learn more advanced concepts. At MDNWebDocs, in-depth documentation of the latest web technologies is available. Everything is described in great detail by the most experienced developers around the world. 

The primary purpose of MDNWebDocs is to provide free learning materials to developers worldwide. So that they can create projects on their own. For an intermediate developer, It's a great resource to learn new things and stay up to date.


Project-based learning is emphasized more at Freecodecamp. The best thing about Freecodecamp is that it not only offers free expertise but also free certification. The course is divided into different parts, as shown in the above picture, so you don't have to worry about how to begin.

There is one project-based evaluation after the completion of each section. They will send you 4-5 sample projects to code, and you must provide a link to them once you have completed all of them. An evaluation certificate will be given to you if you have completed all the projects successfully. You can also add those projects to your Resume.

All of the exercises and projects are engaging, and you will never be bored while working on them. They will undoubtedly help you improve your skills.


There are several tutorials on Javatpoint related to various programming languages and tools. On their website, they keep posting the most recent programming news. Tips & Tricks related to various software and operating systems are also available on Javatpoint.

They also offer Aptitude and Interview Preparation courses. Sourcecode to projects is also available on the website which you can download free of cost.


GeeksforGeeks is a popular website among programmers. They provide training for placements and interview preparation in addition to programming tutorials.
They have a wonderful community of people who are always willing to assist you if you need it. 

They also conduct programming competitions on a regular basis on their website, where you can try your luck. They also host a number of webinars led by industry experts that provide valuable information from which you can learn apply.

They also offer practice questions that you can attempt in order to improve your programming logic. They provide Internships & Job opportunities to Students. Overall it's a great website. 

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