11. LevelUp Tuts
The mission of this channel is to help you become a better web developer. It has a comprehensive collection of videos – over 800 – with new ones added regularly. So what languages and technologies are making the grade? If you’re keen to learn Vue and React then there is plenty populating the playlists. GraphQL, Gatsby, Apollo and Redux are all getting their own space. But the channel is not too dev heavy. It also includes HTML5 videos, Drupal, CSS, Sass, Sketch and WordPress among many. Check out the store to get yourself a neat geek t-shirt.
Every designer and developer knows who the Big G is, and unsurprisingly it has a lot to offer. Google’s reach on the web is pretty wide and this is reflected in what the channel brings to the table. Progressive web apps, Chrome DevTools, UX design, Polymer, speed and performance are all in there. Google is not shy and retiring when it comes to shows, conferences and talks, and these are all sitting among the more practical videos. The company runs its own developer shows where you can get the lowdown on all the latest developments and news. This channel is a must for any developer.
Ihatetomatoes is all about the front end and is brought to you by the enthusiastic and knowledgeable Petr Tichy. There are HTML and CSS videos but the bigger focus in on animation, with a playlist dedicated to GreenSock, along with parallax scrolling, ScrollMagic and skrollr. However, there’s still enough morsels for back end devs: a lot of the recent additions have been aimed at React, with additional Angular, VS Code and webpack videos completing the dev collection. One other playlist that’s well worth a look is Website Deconstructions. Here, Tichy takes a closer look at a specific design element and then works out how it is constructed.
14. The Net Ninja
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17. Zac Gordon