Welcome to abcdCode!

It stands for: Any. Body. Can. Develop. Code.

I truly believe that some interest and a little time is all it requires to learn to code. Of course, getting the right direction to move in is a key factor in learning anything.

Learning to code is not hard, finding where to learn from is.

I often talk to people who are interested in learning to code and are even willing to give it time but have no idea where to learn from. There is an abundance of learning websites on the Internet, offering paid or free courses on anything and everything. While no website or course is better or worse than the other, we need to know which one is the best for us. And I exactly know how confusing and tiresome this whole process gets.

Tim Johnson, United States Senator, said, “There is no end to learning, but there are many beginnings“. Thus, this is an attempt to help my fellow netizens and learners to learn new technology, share suggestions, tips, and tricks, and whatever little information I have.

I do not aim to write this as a blog, but rather my motive is to try to create a community where learning to code is easy and free! I hope you learn something useful from here which you can implement in your projects and create something amazing for people to use.



I am Siddhant Bansal, an entrepreneur, a full-stack JavaScript developer, and a game developer. I have developed a few web applications using Node.js, Express, Angular, SQL, and MongoDB. I have also created a number of games using the Phaser framework.

I completed my Masters in Computer Science at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ in 2016. Currently, I am based in New Delhi, India and I’m working on creating an Edtech product for students in India. In my spare time, I study Machine Learning algorithms, play the guitar and compose songs. (Will post some of my songs here too if you people would like that)


Feel free to contact me regarding anything I can help you with, be it:

  • Developing web applications using the MEAN Stack
  • Developing games using Phaser
  • Asking anything about being an entrepreneur in India

I would love to hear from you. Shoot me an email with any question, comment or if you just plain want to talk…