First things first: I’m still here. I’m just extremely inactive. I want to be active on the forum again, though I don’t plan to make anything else in Hopscotch. Anyways, lets get on to the actual topic.
@OMTL (so people can see all these cool things )
Learning to code in other languages
Sololearn - Sololearn is similar to Codecademy, as it also aims to teach code. Though it has more programming languages to learn, it doesn’t have as many specific-case courses. Sololearn takes the approach of telling you stuff, then quizzing you on what you just learned.
Places to write code
Pythonista - Pythonista is a full-featured mobile Python IDE, right on your apple device. It has support for the full Python standard library, and a handful of its own modules that help to interact with your device. It’s fairly expensive, but well worth the price if you need a place to write Python code.
Codea - Codea is a mobile IDE for the Lua programming language. It has support for graphics, sound, and more. As of recently, Codea came out with Codea Craft, which is a really cool library to make 3D games in Codea. It is also pretty expensive, but again, well worth the price.
Scratch - Scratch is similar to Hopscotch, but in a web browser. It allows you to make games, simulations, and more. It’s free to use, and pretty easy to get started on, especially if you use Hopscotch a lot.
Processing - Processing is a Java-based language that has support for graphics, sound, and so much more. It’s slightly easier to learn than vanilla Java.
New programming languages and modifications to existing ones
Sonic Pi - Sonic Pi is a modification for the Ruby programming language that allows you to make music by writing code. It comes in the form of a downloadable application for your computer.
Skript - Skript is an English-based programming language for Minecraft servers. It comes in the form of a plugin that can be installed on almost any Minecraft server. It’s pretty easy to use as long as you aren’t doing anything super complex.