Hexlet is a platform for application development exercises. It helps both beginner and advanced developers learn new skills, grow professionally and save time researching new topics. Read more about it here.
Many great learning services provide web-based exercises, but most of the time those exercises are done in the sandbox, a simulator. It's great to start learning in a comfortable, safe environment, but the real environment at work is different.
Unlike others, Hexlet provides the real development environment. This allows not only learn in the real world, but also widens the possibilities for learning. Real environment means virtually no limitations: lessons on Hexlet can include interaction with databases, complex frameworks and applications, multiple servers and other sophisticated tools.
Yes. You can start any course for free, but to properly continue and complete it you have to subscribe, which costs $24 (USD) per month.
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Sign out, then go to password recovery page and enter your email. You will receive a letter with the link. Follow the link to set your new password.
Maybe, you have modified or deleted some important evaluation code by mistake. Problems of this sort are always easily fixed by resetting progress (hit the 'gear' icon in the top right corner and select 'reset progress'). This will return the whole exercise to the initial state, as if you just started it for the first time. Also, all the code you've written will be lost, so, if needed, save it somewhere beforehand.
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