“Can you share any good resources for learning C++ online, in an interactive way? I searched extensively on Google but they all were just boring lectures.”
However, I did some research and found these five places where you can learn C++ online.
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Lynda is a platform that is designed to help people learn business, software, technology and creative skills. This is one of the online platforms with the most offerings—including C++.
Lynda has a basic and premium membership, where the premium gives you access to all the course files. Lynda is the only place on the list where I have personally used.
Price: $19.99/month for the basic plan; $29.99/month premium plan (which includes access to project files)
Click here to view all of Lynda’s C++ online courses.
2. Learn C++
Learn C++ is a free platform that is devoted to teaching you how to program in C++.
The site has been designed for both the newcomer and the seasoned programmer. The lessons will show you how to write, compile, and debug your programs.
Keep in mind that this site is a bit outdated. Most of the content was written in 2007.
This is an online interactive learning program that offers a variety of courses to choose from. Some of the courses are free, others will cost you.
However, Udemy offers a 30-day money back guarantee which is always reassuring. Plus, it’s easy to access from a computer or a mobile device/tablet. (They have an app.)
Price: Varies depending on course
Click here to view all of Udemy’s C++ courses.
TutorialsPoint is a free online learning platform that offers simple learning with to-the-point content. They have tutorials on a range of technical and non-technical topics—including C++.
TutorialsPoint also has a code editor where you can type and run your code.
This video tutorial site offers programming and computer tutorials including C, Objective-C, C#, and of course C++.
Their C++ course has 11 hours of video content :-0 And over 150,000 people have watched it.
*Note: They also have an app you can download in the Apple or Windows store, which costs $5.99*
Click here to learn more about their C++ course.
I hope this helps!