MDN Learning: A place to ratchet your Web development skills

If you’re looking to improve your Web development skills, we have compiled some great resources from around the Web to help every level of developer dig into their favorite open Web technologies. Our new MDN Learning space serves as a starting point for anyone interested in learning more about Web development. While there is already awesome documentation on MDN, not everyone knows how to find it — or other great tutorials and examples scattered around the Web. There is just so much content out there, we felt it was time to create a central place developers can go to quickly find the best resources.

MDN Learning

Our initial set of pages focus on documentation, tutorials, and other content for learning HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We will continue to add new content, including MDN Learning pages for topics like video, audio, webGL, etc. We also plan to use this new space to share more information about our collaboration with other organizations and projects that are developing open models around education, like P2PU’s School of Webcraft.

This launch of MDN Learning is just the beginning of what we hope will become a permanent place on MDN for everything related to educating people about Web development and the resources available to them on not just MDN, but around the Web. We look forward to feedback and suggestions on how we can improve on this first step towards expanding MDN to cater to those getting started with developing for the Web.

About Jay Patel

I strive to make the web better by making sure those that develop and drive it are happy campers.

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  1. Norbert Papp

    Hey, that’s looks great. Nicely done.

    May 6th, 2011 at 02:10

  2. Greg

    This new MDN Learning space is awesome! Thanks for the great resource. If only we could get this to replace…

    May 13th, 2011 at 14:33

  3. azdrian

    thanks alot guys for providing my eternal Home!

    July 11th, 2011 at 15:45

  4. Web Development

    Thanks for the link, the demos/tuts on that site are amazing and will help us in the future

    July 28th, 2011 at 13:47

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