Student Resources

Getting started with developing in advanced code using html, javascript, and beyond requires a little more than just one website. We’re happy to provide some links and details on tools we think you’ll need to make the most of your time.

Getting an development environment (IDE)

Most developers don’t remember everything we know immediately. We rely on our tools to help use by suggesting common solutions, completing what we start to type, or showing us errors in what we’ve already written. An IDE is what provides that information, and a good way to view all the files in your project at once. We recommend using a simple online IDE to get started, and we’ve covered your starting costs! To get started, request access to Cloud 9 using the button below:

Request Cloud 9 Account

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