When comparing SitePoint vs Thinkster, the Slant community recommends Thinkster for most people. In the question“What are the best websites to learn to code?” Thinkster is ranked 17th while SitePoint is ranked 21st. The most important reason people chose Thinkster is:
Depending on your needs or wishes you can get the ebook, screencasts, sample code on [thinkster.io](http://www.thinkster.io/#get-the-tutorial).
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Pro Lots of ebooks with updated content for all levels
With the membership you can download lots of books in the most used formats. Those aimed for beginners have very good content.
Pro Available online, as a PDF and screencast
Depending on your needs or wishes you can get the ebook, screencasts, sample code on thinkster.io.
Pro Real-world projects
The tutorials walk you through building different apps such as a Slack clone and simplified Google+ clone.
Con Not very user-friendly
The website has an unappealing design that makes navigating and searching through topics feel not intuitive.
Con Monthly subscription to access videos
With a free account, you are able to view all the text in a tutorial. However to view the videos, you have to sign up for a monthly subscription ($19/month).