When comparing Thinkster vs Dash, the Slant community recommends Thinkster for most people. In the question“What are the best websites to learn to code?” Thinkster is ranked 16th while Dash is ranked 19th. 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 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.
Slideshows explain concepts and show the final result of given task without taking you out of the moment.
Pro Real-time editor
The result of what you write shows next to your code in real-time.
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).
Con Requires you to sign up for information
The Dash website provides very little information and requires you to sign up with your e-mail if you want to learn more (such as cost).