Grasshopper: Learn to Code

4.5
60K reviews
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About this app

Common Sense Education included us in Best EdTech of 2018!

Welcome to Grasshopper, the coding app for beginners.

Grasshopper is the best way to start your coding adventure with fun, quick games on your phone that teach you to write real JavaScript. Move through progressively challenging levels as you develop your abilities, then graduate with fundamental programming skills for your next step as a coder.

* Visual puzzles develop your problem-solving skills and solidify coding concepts
* Use industry-standard JavaScript with just a few taps on your phone
* Real-time feedback guides you like a teacher
* Collect achievements as you learn new skills

Get started programming today! We can’t wait to meet you.
Updated on
Nov 30, 2021

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4.5
60K reviews
Michael Murphy
May 26, 2022
Borderline unusable because it doesn't allow the user to just type in the code themselves. You have to select from a list of options which sometimes won't allow you to fill it out as you wish (like in the Word Checker section). It also teaches you how to write if statements more efficiently yet never actually allows you to use that in practice.
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Jess A
January 23, 2022
Completely free, no ads. However the way you add code is so clunky and difficult to deal with. You don't just type parentheses, for example, you have to select the word you want to put parentheses around and then hope it puts them around the word but it won't, it will inevitably put them at the end of the word then you have to select them again and hope a back space will remove only the parentheses but no, it erases all the code you've written so far. Frustrating
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Brandon Cruz
January 7, 2022
Trying it again after not using this one for a year but it gets too difficult very fast. My personal gripe is that when it starts getting to the intro to interview, it should explain things more in depth such as what each part of the code is doing because I'm following the instructions but I don't know what I'm doing and I feel like that's 99% of the learning process. I made it to the shape up exercise but I have no idea what the code is doing because it's so intensely complicated.
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What's new

Bug fixes & stability improvements