We all know very well that the tech giant Google is an innovative company, hence, according to the latest reports, recently, the tech giant Google just launched a new free application for both Android and iOS to learn to code for free.

Want To Learn Coding? Google Just Launched A New Free App

For the past nine months, the tech giant Google has been working on making learning to program as a game, literally. Through the Area 120 division dedicated to experimental projects, The tech giant Google today presents Grasshopper, a mobile game with which anyone can learn to program in a simple way by having fun, and not only that even this app is available for free.

The game, which can be downloaded for free on both Google Play and Apple’s App Store, is aimed at teaching adult audiences to program, through exercises and challenges in the form of visual puzzles, through which anyone can learn the basics of the JavaScript programming language.

Learn to program for free from your mobile

According to the tech giant Google, Grasshopper – whose name is one honors Grace Hopper, one of the pioneers in the field of computer programming – is the best way to enter the world of programming in a fun way, thanks to the challenges and fast games that will teach players to use JavaScript in real situations.

As the levels advance, the difficulty of the challenges will increase. In addition, thanks to the corrections in real time, we will know what mistakes we have made and what are the next steps to follow.

The game also incorporates different trophies and achievements that will be unlocked depending on our abilities. Today, however, only the JavaScript language is incorporated, given that it is the language most used by developers according to StackOverflow data and there are no plans to extend the app’s capabilities to other technologies.

Although Grasshopper is a platform aimed at beginners, and will not become a professional programmer overnight, it can be a good way to get into a field that can inspire some respect to many people because of the immensity of options, languages and existing documentation.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

Tushar Subhra Dutta
Tushar Subhra Dutta is a content writer at Tech Viral. As, he writes about Technology, Science, Gadgets, Hacking & Security, Social Media and much more.


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