“There are a lot of things that can be done to make web development more accessible to all.
There’s no need to spend all that money on a developer kit or get a full stack.
The best way to do it is with a web developer stack.”—John J. Molenko, Web developer and founder of The Code Project (https://twitter.com/jmolenko) “There’s a lot to learn in developing a mobile web app, but a lot that can also be learned with web development.
“A great developer stack can help you to learn how to build apps for mobile devices, and can make it much easier to develop for your company’s specific needs.”—Tom Vetter, CEO of Evernote, author of the Evernotes for Mobile book (https:/ /www.evolveblog.com/?p=543).
“If you want to start learning web development in the near future, I recommend starting by reading our free web development course and following the course’s tips and tricks.”—Brian K. McAlpine, CTO at Jira, creator and CEO at Buffer.com (https: // www.briankmcalpine.com/) “The Web Developer stack gives you a great starting point, and gives you the freedom to use any of the tools you want, without worrying about what others might think of your work.
You’ll find lots of great tutorials on this stack, including the most popular and useful ones like the one here.”—James Martin, founder and CEO and founder and founder-CEO of Redmonk, creator, Cmd, and author of How to Build a Mobile Website.
“Developing mobile apps is really easy.
I think this stack is an amazing starting point for mobile development, and a great one for the mobile world.
The tools and information on this site make learning the basics of developing mobile apps very easy.”—Mike L. Johnson, CEO and co-owner of Foursquare, creator & co-creator of Farts, and creator & owner of Coder’s Digest.
“The best thing about the Web Developer stacks is the variety.
From simple templates to complex apps, you can build the web app of your dreams in any of these tools.
If you have any questions about this or any other of the stacks, please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to answer them.”—Ryan B. Johnson (@RyanJohnson)