When comparing Code Avengers vs SoloLearn, the Slant community recommends SoloLearn for most people. In the question“What are the best websites to learn to code?” SoloLearn is ranked 16th while Code Avengers is ranked 20th.
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Pro Reinforces concepts through fun interactions
Code Avengers makes their material engaging and interactive, which aids with understanding and retention of the material.
Pro Full of context
Explains what everything is before you must use it, unlike Codecademy, which just kind of tells you to do stuff. To figure out what everything is exactly, you must either look at the glossary or google it.
Pro Wide selection of courses
Not only do they offer Python, CSS and HTML, and all the works, they offer them in context packages, where you can work on a project that utilizes one or the other. Also, there are different recommended tracks for different purposes - web designer, etc.
Pro Completely free
Pro Offline learning mode for mobile apps
Allows learning while disconnected from the net.
Pro Easy for beginners
Anyone can get started with this.
Pro Share and modify others' projects
Pro Browser-based code playgrounds
No software installation needed, just a modern web browser. On mobile devices though the mobile apps are highly recommended.
Pro Excellent mobile apps available
XP, levels, badges, certificates, etc.
Con A little slow
It may be slow, but that's only because it's thorough.
Con Limited selection of courses
Compared to many other paid learning resources, Code avengers currently has a limited number of courses to choose from.
Con Only the most commonly used languages are covered.
Con Limited usefulness for intermediate or experienced programmers
No advanced coding challenges. Look for those on other sites like hackerrank.