15 Udemy Courses to Level Up Your Web Dev Skills

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Udemy is a platform with a range of courses – in fact, 30,000 and counting.

Featured in the article below are 15 of the top-rated courses in their web development category.

Every Udemy course mentioned below comes with:

  1. Lifetime access
  2. 30-day money-back guarantee
  3. Certificate of completion

1. The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0

Udemy: The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0

This course takes you from zero to hero over 11 chapters. As you work through each section you’ll complete website challenges.

The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0 has the most 5-star ratings of any paid course on Udemy (which is why it’s number one on the list!). It’s designed to last for six weeks, and the course even comes with unlimited web hosting for one year.

The course is great for anyone looking for to boost their income by having a wide variety of web dev skills.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/complete-web-developer-course
Instructed by: Rob Percival
Price: $40
Students enrolled: 220,902
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, WordPress, PHP, MySQL, APIs
Course includes:

  1. 235 lectures
  2. 29 hours of video
  3. Unlimited web hosting for one year

What past students say:

“Nice. And enjoying every bit of it.”

“The course is very well constructed. It guides me flawlessly through the chapters and I get to practice the lessons again. What I do is this. Once I am done with the chapters, I go to w3schools.com and check out the same lesson there. Then I try all the things myself and done. It's a much better way to learn coding. And Bob is a pro teacher.”

Jaky Astik

2. Build Responsive Real-World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3Build Responsive Real World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3

*Recommended for beginners*

This Udemy course is great for beginners because it focuses primarily on HTML and CSS—the foundation of the web. Moreover, this course is the #1-rated HTML5 and CSS3 course in the official Udemy rankings.

The goal is that by the end of this course you’ll have a strong enough understanding of HTML and CSS that you will be able to build websites on your own, from scratch.

Plus, this course goes above and beyond by not only teaching you the foundations of HTML and CSS, but also getting into:

  1. Responsive web design: how to create websites that work on all screen-sizes (desktop, tablet, and smartphone)
  2. How to get your site online (a place where many beginners oftentimes get stuck)

In the end, Build Responsive Real-World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3 is ideal for absolute newbies or designers looking to learn HTML and CSS.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/design-and-develop-a-killer-website-with-html5-and-css3
Instructed by: Jonas Schmedtmann
Price: $35
Students enrolled: 15,628
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: HTML5, CSS3, and some jQuery
Course includes:

  1. 76 lectures
  2. 11.5 hours of video
  3. One year of free web hosting, worth $55
  4. Downloadable code for the entire project
  5. Access to a community where Jonas will answer your questions
  6. Free access to the e-book Best Resources for Web Design and Development with HTML5 & CSS3

What past students say:

“Excellent starter course for modern responsive web design.”

“As an experienced java backend developer, I was looking for a course to teach me frontend development so I would be able to go full stack. This is a very hands-on course that takes you along the most important aspects of responsive development with even a bit of jquery. The course is well-structured, teaching some general stuff first before going hands-on on a modern website. The teacher is friendly and responds quickly to questions.”

Stefan Warringa

3. JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts

JavaScript - Understanding the Weird Parts

Learn to love JavaScript (JS) in this course.

This course is definitely not for total newbies. Anthony (the instructor) expects you to have basic JavaScript knowledge before starting.

Also, I always recommend to people to have a solid handle on HTML and CSS before jumping into JavaScript in the first place.

That said, this is more of an intermediate-level course that will help you understand more advanced concepts such as closures, prototypal inheritance, IIFEs, and more. Also, it will teach you how to debug in JS (a very important skill to have!).

Aside from those looking to master their first programming language, this course is also good for people who already know other programming languages, but want to dig into JS.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/understand-javascript/
Instructed by: Anthony Alicea
Price: $35
Students enrolled: 37,631
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: fundamentals of JavaScript, plus more advanced concepts such as closures, prototypal inheritance, and IIFEs, and includes bonus lecture on getting ready for ECMAScript 6
Course includes:

  1. 85 lectures
  2. 11.5 hours of video
  3. Downloadable source code. You will often be given ‘starter' code, acting as a base for you to build upon, and then ‘finished' code to compare your code to.

What past students say:

“Depth in understanding.”

“The instructor articulates a deep understanding of Javascript, without the need for any particular Object or Object framework. I now understand the Javascript prototype chain and the scope chain, and the way memory managed using closures. Now I can use something like Nodejs to do the same things that I did for years using C. This course is not about Jquery, or the DOM, or even Node, it is an in-depth look under-the-hood at Javascript. After taking this course you should be able to understand the inter-workings of any popular Javascript framework. Excellent Instructor.”

Michael Anderson

4. Learn and Understand NodeJS

Learn and Understand NodeJS

NodeJS is a rapidly growing web server technology. Unlike the JavaScript course above (JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts), this course focuses on JavaScript on the back end, or server-side. It, like the above, is taught by Anthony Alicea.

Why should you learn NodeJS? For starters, Node developers are among the highest paid in the tech industry. Plus being familiar with it, even if you’re not an expert, can help you land a job, or even improve your current one.

It’s important to note that this course is in its “Early Bird” stage, so the current version of the course is not the final version. New content is being added daily.

In this course you’ll:

  1. Learn about Express and use it with websites, apps, and APIs
  2. Explore the MEAN stack, npm, and information on database connections
  3. Build a web server

Ultimately, Learn and Understand NodeJS is perfect for people wanting to become a NodeJS developer or MEAN stack developer, as well as those looking to expand their areas of technical expertise.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/understand-nodejs
Instructed by: Anthony Alicea
Price: $35
Students enrolled: 21,920
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: NodeJS, how to use npm and manage node packages, APIs with Express, how MEAN stack works, how to Connect to a SQL or Mongo database in Node
Course includes:

  1. 96 lectures
  2. 12.5 hours of video
  3. Downloadable source code. Oftentimes you will be given ‘starter' code, acting as a base for you to build upon, and then ‘finished' code where you can compare yours to.

What past students say:

“Excellent course.”

“This is definitely a high recommended course for people who want to learn and understand Node.js (its name says it all). It provides pretty solid fundamental knowledge about Node.js and javascript as well. That is a huge benefit for learners to take off after this course. This course is also updated to new technology (ES6) and continuously publishes new lectures. Anthony also gives thorough answers to learners' questions, that helps a lot to learn and understand more the lectures. I totally don't regret taking this course, it is worthwhile! Thanks, Anthony!”

Nguyen Vinh

5. Learning Dynamic Website Design – PHP MySQL and JavaScript

Learning Dynamic Website Design - PHP MySQL and JavaScript

In this course, you will learn “how to build functional, full-featured websites that utilize MySQL, PHP and other current web development technologies.” MySQL and PHP, especially when used together, equip you to create complex, flexible websites.

Once you’ve mastered those two (which are the course’s primary focus), the course touches on CSS, AJAX, and Javascript to help you add aesthetic appeal and further customization.

Course is ideal for people who want to fully grasp MySQL and PHP on the back end, and tailor the style and functionality of their site on the front end.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/learning-dynamic-website-design
Instructed by: Infinite Skills
Price: $50
Students enrolled: 47,568
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: PHP, MySQL, CSS, JavaScript and AJAX
Course includes:

  1. 125 lectures
  2. 12.5 hours of video

What past students say:

“Thorough lectures.”

“PHP and MySQL are languages that I have been studying at college for about six months now. I got very frustrated with myself because I could not understand the logic of it, I couldn't get my programs to work, and I couldn't debug a thing! … In the first seven days of taking this Udemy course, I have a solid understanding of all the basic functions, rules, and things I never even got told at college! [Steve Perry] is thorough on all the basic stuff, introduces and walks you through a lot of advanced stuff, and on top of that, he also mentions things to take into account/tips and tricks to remember… I recommend this course to anyone who has limited knowledge (or no knowledge!) about PHP and MySQL but wants to learn more, or even someone who just needs to understand the logical side of programming.”

Destinée Rose

6. WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap

WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap

This course shows you how to make WordPress themes using the Bootstrap frontend framework.

By the end of the course, you’ll have a better understanding of WordPress, Bootstrap, and custom theme development.

Before jumping in, make sure you have a basic understanding on HTML, CSS, and PHP. WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap is ideal for those who want to freelance—whether as a way to make side income or full-time. Also, it is ideal for those who want a custom-designed WordPress site for themselves.

Some examples of people who stand to benefit from the course:

  1. Graphic and Web Designers
  2. Entrepreneurs
  3. Employees of a company
  4. Hobbyists
  5. Bloggers
  6. People wanting a new career

The course is intermediate-level and has been updated recently, on September 7, 2015, so all information is current.

As you work throughout the course, you build your own custom WordPress theme using the Bootstrap framework.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/bootstrap-to-wordpress
Instructed by: Brad Hussey (Code College)
Price: $30
Students enrolled: 14,620
Skill level: Intermediate
What you’ll learn: custom WordPress theme development, PHP (in relation to WordPress), and Bootstrap
Course includes:

  1. 83 lectures
  2. 12 hours of video
  3. Final course files, including the WordPress theme, plus some additional resources

What past students say:

“A great resource for wordpress developers.”

“Brad's “Bootstrap to WordPress” is a great course for developers with intermediate skills looking for a way to improve their skills in WordPress customization. The lectures are engaging and the course has some deep, good insights into developing custom pages, Custom post types and Custom fields in WordPress. Brad has done a really good job in putting together this exciting and enriching course. If you are intermediate level web developer working on Bootstrap and WordPress, it will definitely help you improve your skills in WordPress customization.”

Nishith Kumar

7. The Ultimate Web Development Course

The Ultimate Web Development Course

This course is good for beginners who want to get a feel for the entire web development process. It starts with how to structure a website with HTML, then moves into CSS, then PHP, and then databases by looking at MySQL. At the end of the course, you’re introduced to jQuery and AJAX.

Throughout the course, you build a real-world project. You’ll start by creating a static site with HTML, then you make it dynamic with PHP.

This course has been designed to be like a one-stop shop. That makes it different from some of the other courses on this list, which are more of a deep dive into one or two subjects.

It is taught by lecturer Dr. Richard Stibbard.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/build-an-instant-update-database-interface-with-jquery-ajax
Instructed by: Richard Stibbard
Price: $20
Students enrolled: 9,097
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: HTML5, CSS, MySQL, PHP, jQuery and AJAX
Course includes:

  1. 136 lectures
  2. 12 hours of video
  3. An accompanying PDF or Kindle book which allows full-text search of the course

What past students say:

“Extremely well constructed and comprehensive course.”

A lot of effort has gone into the production of this course. Unlike many online courses, it doesn't simply involve watching the instructor code, but contains a mixture of theory, demonstration and assignments. Richard is clearly a very experienced instructor.”

Heather Dinham

8. The Professional Ruby on Rails Developer

The Professional Ruby on Rails Developer

This is a beginner-friendly Ruby on Rails (RoR) course, recently updated in August 2015, and the reviews are raving.

People say it’s easy to follow and clear, with every step explained along the way. While you don’t have to know anything else to start the course, understanding HTML and CSS first will be useful.

Students tend to love the homework assignments. Mashrur is a great instructor and doesn’t use generators; it’s from scratch.

The course fully explains Rails MVC (Models, Views, Controllers), shows you how to deploy to Heroku, walks you through version control with git, and helps you work with Github as a code repository, among other things.

This course is perfect for people who want to start building web applications with Ruby on Rails, or those who have some previous RoR experience but want to take it to the next level of understanding.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/pro-rubyonrails
Instructed by: Mashrur Hossain
Price: $30
Students enrolled: 16,483
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: how to build web applications with Ruby on Rails
Course includes:

  1. 96 lectures
  2. 17 hours of video

What past students say:

“The BEST!”

“I now have done a few of those Ruby on Rails courses on Udemy and other learning platforms and have to say this one is by far THE BEST. I have developed code now for many years and got into a habit to do a lot of copy and paste. Mashrur will break you of this habit! Along with really getting you the knowledge and tools to learn the structure and do it the right way. The wealth of extra tips, tools, and homework assignments to dig deeper is priceless!”

Simone Jaschko

9. Learn and Understand AngularJS

Learn and Understand AngularJS

Before diving into Angular, you should ideally have a strong JavaScript foundation. So, this course is recommended for more intermediate-level people who want to get started with Angular.

As you learn the core of AngularJS, you will be building a single-page application throughout the course.

You’ll also learn how to understand and use AngularJS terminology, become familiar with dependency injection, and save time and effort by customizing directives and reusing components.

This course also includes information on AngularJS 2.0.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/learn-angularjs
Instructed by: Anthony Alicea
Price: $30
Students enrolled: 38,199
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: AngularJS (specifically, directives, dependency injection, two way data binding, the digest loop, watchers, and more.)
Course includes:

  1. 54 lectures
  2. 7 hours of video
  3. Downloadable source code. You will often be provided with ‘starter' code, giving you the base for you to start writing your code, and ‘finished' code to compare your code to.

What past students say:

Very good course definitely recommend it.

“I was very impressed with this instructor’s content. He did a great job teaching Angular.JS from the ground up. As opposed to most courses I've seen online (and the reason i don't take many) he didn't just give you sandbox examples… He taught the logic from the bottom to the top. This is essential in learning any language or framework. I also must say that the instructor is very engaging and easy to listen to. … Just a word of advice, if you're looking for a ton of functional examples, this might not be the course you want…but, if you want to be able to write your own examples, and understand why those work, this is the course for you. 5 stars all the way around. Great Instructor and Great platform. I'll definitely use this service again!”

Tim Baker

10. The Web Developer Bootcamp

The Web Dev Bootcamp - Udemy

This course is the most comprehensive web development course on Udemy, and it’s the only one taught by a professional bootcamp instructor who has helped hundreds of people become developers.

Colt, the instructor, has been teaching to code since high school when he helped out with his AP Java course. For the last few years he's been a bootcamp instructor and directed/written the curriculum at two different programming bootcamps in the Bay Area, General Assembly and Galvanize.

This Udemy course takes you from complete beginner to full stack developer in over 40 hours of content. It's brand new and up-to-date with the most important technologies for 2016.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/the-web-developer-bootcamp/
Instructed by: Colt Steele, Ian Schoonover
Price: $35
Students Enrolled: 16,057
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, Node, Express, MongoDB, Git, Command Line, and more!
Course includes:

  1. 277 lectures
  2. 40 hours of video

What past students say:

Colt has done an outstanding job of presenting the material clearly as well as giving context and insight into the material which is covered. The lectures are well thought out and organized. In addition, he has the courage to face the camera and speak directly to the student which gives a personal touch, and it seems to make his lectures easier to follow. For some reason a face to a voice helps me learn. I have no doubt this course will be an Udemy hit. I look forward to more content and courses from Colt.

Paul Clifford

11. The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course

Udemy - Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course

This Ruby on Rails course has 32 hours of video—one of the most in-depth courses you can find on Udemy. (Most on Udemy are less than ten hours in length.)

It has been designed for people with no previous Ruby on Rails programming experience. (However, before diving in, I’d recommend that a person knows at least internet basics plus HTML and CSS.)

Here are some things it covers:

  • Basics of Ruby programming, like writing your first program to say “Hello World”
  • Rails 4 using a cloud-based Integrated Development Environment (so no setup necessary)
  • Rails MVC structure in-depth – Models, Views, Controllers
  • Git for version control, and Github as code repository
  • Heroku for production deployment
  • Working with Amazon Web Services S3 bucket for storage, Sendgrid for production email functionality, Multi-Tenancy using Milia
  • Custom credit card form creation and working with Stripe API to implement payment processing functionality
  • Bootstrap for UI styling
  • How to build test suites by writing Unit, Functional and Integration tests
  • And more

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/
Instructed by: Rob Percival, Mashrur Hossain
Price: $35
Students enrolled: 17,336
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: Ruby on Rails
Course includes:

  1. 283 lectures
  2. 31.5 hours of video
  3. 8 coding exercises
  4. Free live support

What past students say:

Excellent Ruby on Rails Course

“Clear, concise, comprehensive and in-depth Ruby on Rails development course on Udemy. 5 stars all the way.”

Pyae Kyaw

12. Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git

Git Complete - Udemy Course

This course is for those who want to start using git. (In my opinion, ideal for people who know some HTML and CSS, and want to start using Github.)

The course starts by going over Git installation on Windows as well as Mac, then moves into a quickstart overview of Github, gets into basic commands, branching and merging, and wraps up by covering more complex stuff like rebasing, stashing, and tagging.

This course is ideal for people who are aspiring web developers, designers, software engineers, and even technical leads (like project managers who work with developers).

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/git-complete/
Instructed by: Jason Taylor
Price: $30
Students enrolled: 7,230
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: Git (and how to use Github)
Course includes:

  1. 83 lectures
  2. 6 hours of video

What past students say:

Thorough but easy to follow

“Instructor Jason Taylor walks you through all aspects of the Git version control system, from installing Git, configuring your text editor as Git's core editor, and setting up and managing repositories on GitHub. His video lectures are clear and to the point. Best of all, the topics are broken up into short lectures of two to ten minutes each, and the sequence is clearly titled in the course outline, making it easy to go back days, weeks or months later and find the video demonstration for whatever Git operation you need at the moment. That form of organization makes the course a valuable reference resource throughout your career, and not just a one-time class.”

Jeff George

13. Modern React with Redux

Udemy - React JS and Flux

ReactJS is a hot technology right now. Companies like Netflix, Airbnb, etc are have started using it.

Flux is an architecture that FB uses internally when using React. It is not a framework or library. Rather, it is a new kind of architecture that complements React and the concept of Unidirectional Data Flow. (For a complete breakdown of Flux and React, look here on Scotch.io.)

Realize that this is a more advanced course. I recommend it for someone who knows HTML, CSS and has a solid understanding of JavaScript/jQuery. Perhaps has even used other JS frameworks like Angular, Ember or Backbone.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/learn-and-understand-reactjs/
Instructed by: Stephen Grider
Price: $20
Students enrolled: 9,134
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: Flux, React, JQuery
Course includes:

  1. 73 lectures
  2. 9.5 hours of video

What past students say:

Best Introduction for React and Flux I've found on the web

“I'm a full time dev, so most of these concepts were familiar. And after the countless little tidbits I've read on React and after the 100th “Hey, have you used React before?” at Meetups, figured it was time for a go at it. This is the course to get started. Not only do you get React, but you get an intro to Gulp and Browserify (two extremely popular tools for front end development. I would recommend this as a first stop for any dev looking for an intro to React or even just basic front-end rendering principles.”

Jimmy Pocock

14. Become a Certified Web Developer

Udemy - Become a Certified Web Developer

*Great for beginners.* This course starts with the basics in HTML, moves into CSS, and then brings things home by introducing you to JavaScript.

This course is perfect for:

  • Designers who want to learn how to code
  • Programmers who want to learn web development
  • People who want to make extra money building websites
  • Those thinking about pursuing web development full-time

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/become-a-certified-web-developer/
Instructed by: Mark Lassoff of LearnToProgram, Inc.
Price: $35
Students enrolled: 24,922
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: HTML, CSS, some JavaScript
Course includes:

  1. 184 lectures
  2. 12 hours of video

What past students say:

Excellent step-by-step course with a knowledgeable instructor

“This is a great course for beginners to HTML and CSS (am halfway through and up to Javascript). I've been working through another online course that was significantly more expensive, and was still left with no real understanding of the code and in fact what I was doing. Mark's course is different! He makes sure that everything is explained thoroughly – even if it takes a few views of the video to grasp the concepts, the information given is thorough. Mark's style is quick and to the point – no waiting around for him to type and he doesn't go off-topic.”

M Jump

15. PHP for Beginners – Become a PHP Master – Project Included

Udemy - PHP for Beginners

If you want to learn PHP, this course is for you. It covers a bunch of PHP concepts like: databases, MySQL with PHP, objected oriented programming in PHP, and more. Also – word on the street is that Edwin Diaz (the instructor) is a fantastic instructor.

Moreover, it has five-star ratings across the board and it has been updated in December 2015—so you know the material is up to date.

Course URL: https://www.udemy.com/php-for-complete-beginners-includes-msql-object-oriented/
Instructed by: Edwin Diaz
Price: $50
Students enrolled: 12,944
Skill level: All levels
What you’ll learn: PHP
Course includes:

  1. 265 lectures
  2. 28.5 hours of video

What past students say:

Are you looking to learn PHP?

“I should start by saying I had no programming skills prior to this course. I'm a psychologist, not a developer. I started this course with Edwin Diaz after looking through the many PHP courses offered on this site. Edwin struck me as different from the rest. He is energetic, funny, and maybe a bit eccentric. I knew I needed this to stay engaged compared to the typical monotone, complexly presented, limited material courses I was seeing. Edwin covers a lot…let me emphasis, a LOT of material in this course. You'll learn the basics of PHP moving on to, what I consider, some pretty advanced things. Throughout the course, Edwin keeps you engaged through his lively presentation and easy way of explaining things.”

Robert Hoppe

Now it’s your turn

Here’s a recap of the top Udemy web development courses:

  1. The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0
  2. Build Responsive Real World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3
  3. JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts
  4. Learn and Understand NodeJS
  5. Learning Dynamic Website Design – PHP MySQL and JavaScript
  6. WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap
  7. The Ultimate Web Development Course
  8. The Professional Ruby on Rails Developer
  9. Learn and Understand AngularJS
  10. The Web Developer Bootcamp
  11. The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course
  12. Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git
  13. Modern React with Redux
  14. Become a Certified Web Developer
  15. PHP for Beginners – Become a PHP Master – Project Included

What are you waiting for?! Level up your skills with one of these 15 courses.

  • melissa y

    Thanks for compiling this list! I’ve bought a few courses on Udemy and found them to be very informative. Can’t wait to dive into some of these!

  • Altaviese Wiley

    Thank you for this list. Udemy is a great resource, but I never know where to start.

    • I actually had the team at Udemy help me compile this list of their top web dev courses, given the ratings and the number of students enrolled. Because there are so many to choose from! :)

  • Jennifer Anton

    Thanks so much! Now to figure out which one to take!

    • Thanks for checking it out! Well the good news is if you buy a course on Udemy, you’ll have access to it forever! Unlike other platforms, there isn’t a recurring monthly charge :) Enjoy!

  • Neko

    Never before I paid for learning to code, all I had were the internet and 2 books wich were given to me.
    Course 1. looked ok so I took it in the last 11 minutes °^°
    Thank you for posting this because it saw it by random and took the opportunity.

    • :)

      I hope you enjoy it and are able to learn a good deal from the course.

  • Fahim Ferdous

    Are we going to do it through the internet?
    I live in Bangladesh and I’m 16 so, if I have have to go somewhere, then I won’t be able to learn…. :(

    • Hey Fahim! It is possible to download all the videos to your PC. See here: http://www.filesplot.com/udemy-video-download-tips-tricks-tutorials/

      It does look a bit complicated, though. (It’s not like a click of a button.)

      If you have a mobile device, you can watch Udemy courses offline. See here: https://www.udemy.com/mobile/

      A lot of sites like this don’t make it easy to download videos I am afraid. One option for you though could be to learn from books. (Digital books you can download as a PDF and either print or read on your PC or even phone.)

      I hope this helps!

  • Steven Ni

    Hi Laurence, would you still recommend these courses if someone has already purchased a year long subscription to Treehouse?

    • Hey Steven! I am not 100% on the current Treehouse curriculum, but Udemy covers more ground than Treehouse. So if there is a class in the list above on a topic that is *not* covered already by Treehouse, I’d recommend it :)

      Otherwise, Treehouse is definitely sufficient!

    • Jesus

      I’ve been part of treehouse and I recommend you Udemy courses more than Treehouse. Treehouse is fine for starters but Udemy courses cover more ground and go more in deep that Treehouse as Lauren said. I recommend all Tony Alicea’s courses and The Web Developer Bootcamp which are listed here. Good luck!

  • Bree Penninger

    Question: I’m a “analyze everything” type of gal, but I really want to do more than one of these. Is the $19 price good for more than one class? I may sign up for several! If not, then I will try to pick just one! Thanks!

  • Khan Afzal

    Hey Laurence Bradford nice article on list of great udemy courses. Is there any course regarding to MEAN stack on udemy that help us learn for the beginners. Any help would be appreciated!!

    • Hey! I can’t vouch for any in particular but if you search “MEAN stack for beginners” a whole bunch of courses show up. If the ratings and reviews are good – I am sure the course will be fine :)

      • Khan Afzal

        Hey!! Awesome thanks for a great tip :)

  • Jeannette Russell-Shepherd

    Thanks Laurence! This information was so helpful in purchasing a class. I just bought PHP for Beginners – Become a PHP Master and Make Money Fast!

  • Abhay Talreja

    I know, you created this list back in Jan,2016 – I have created a course in Javascript – That I think should be a good course for people to get started in javascript. Have a look.


  • Jitendra Kasaudhan

    Do you know about advanced pure css courses? I mean pure CSS without SASS or STYLUS or any other frameworks. Thank You

    • Leo Idler

      The 2nd one, Building responsive websites with HTML/CSS doesn’t use SASS/STYLUS etc.

      • Jitendra Kasaudhan

        Yes true… BTW do you know about advanced pure css courses? :) :) Thank You