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Enhance a Weather App With Table Views
Table views are used in lots of cool ways in iOS apps. They let us display structured data in a simple manner. In this course we are going to use table views to add weather data for the upcoming week to our weather app from the previous course.
Modules are an extremely powerful utility when coding in Ruby. Modules allow you to add behavior to classes, hold constants, add namespaces, and more.
Called interfaces in other languages, protocols define a blueprint of methods, properties, and other requirements that suit a particular task or piece of functionality. Protocols allow us to build flexible, decoupled objects without the limitations of inheritance.In this course, we’ll learn how to write basic protocols in Swift, how they are used in iOS development and how they lead better code reuse.
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- Digital Literacy
Technology-focused presentations of tips, tricks, and tutorials.
What's New in Swift 2.0
In June 2015, Apple announced Swift 2.0 - the latest version of their brand new programming language. We've been working with Swift 1.2 so far and in this video we're going to take a look at what's new in the language and the changes we need to make to our code.
Ruby Metaprogramming Introduction
In this Workshop, we'll learn some of the very basics of metaprogramming in Ruby.
Create a Fullscreen Slider with CSS
Learn to create a full-screen, horizontal slider using pure CSS. Image carousels have been a popular design pattern for many years and there are hundreds of jQuery plugins out there to create them. This workshop will demonstrate that HTML and CSS are more than capable of handling the task.
Create a Jekyll Site on GitHub
You can build a Jekyll website without having to install Ruby and Jekyll on your computer; or without using the command line and Git. You can get a Jekyll site up and running on the web by simply using the tools provided on github.com.
Bonus material is exclusive to Pro membership and includes series covering new processes in design, development and illustration.
30 hoursBonus Series
The Treehouse Show
The Treehouse Show is your weekly dose of web design and web development news, hosted by Nick Pettit and Jason Seifer.
10 hoursBonus Series
Treehouse Friends is a series of interviews with interesting people in the web design and dev fields and other industry experts.
3 hoursBonus Series
Treehouse Quick Tips
Treehouse Quick Tips are fast and easy lessons that you can start applying now. Learn to create stunning designs in Photoshop, beautiful websites, and useful mobile apps for Android and iOS.
3 hoursBonus Series
Welcome to Treeviews, the show where Treehouse members submit their work - website, app, or other project - and a panel of Treehouse teachers offers feedback.
Watch talks from influential industry leaders. This content is exclusive to Pro members.
jQuery UK 2015
The UK's largest front-end developer conference
Generate NYC 2015
Generate New York City brings together some of the biggest names in Design today. It's the perfect opportunity to learn from the best in web design, be inspired, and meet great people.
Creative South 2015
Creative South is an annual design conference in Columbus, GA.
FOWD New York
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Animating SVG with CSS
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) also supports interactivity and animation, so you can animate and interact with SVG like you're able to do with HTML. This short course covers one of the most common methods for animating SVG: CSS transitions, transforms, and keyframe animations.
Genesis Theme Development
Genesis child themes are the way we make Genesis (and WordPress) look and behave how we and clients want. They follow many of the steps of a traditional theme, but since it is a child to a framework, there are additional functions and conventions to account for and leverage. In this course, you will learn how to create a Genesis child theme by converting a stand-alone theme into a Genesis child theme.
Custom Menu Development in WordPress
WordPress allows for easy and powerful customization of menus from the admin area using the Menu options page. However, sometimes you need to go above and beyond what is available by default. In this course we show how to customize how menu’s output on the frontend of the site using the Walker class. We also show how to add custom menu fields to the admin area.
When it comes to Python web frameworks, the elephant (pony?) in the room is Django. Let's explore this framework and build the prototype of an e-learning site. We'll look into Django's admin, ORM, migrations, and template system. In the end, you'll have a project you can use to explore even more of the Django world.
Ruby Core and Standard Library
In Ruby Core and Standard Library, we're going to learn about the different pieces that make up the Ruby distribution
Express is a "Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node." In this course you'll learn how to build an Express site from scratch!
npm is a command line tool to help you manage Node.js modules and this course will get you up and running with npm.
Gems are libraries that you can use in your Ruby programs that provide extra functionality. There are a lot of gems in the Ruby ecosystem that cover all types of use cases. In this course, you'll learn about what gems are, how they are structured, and how to use them in your programs.
Build a JavaFX Application
JavaFX is the de facto way to make Graphical User Interfaces (or GUIs) in Java. It is robust and customizable, and getting familiar with its APIs will expose many application design best practices.
Unit Testing in Java
Unit testing is a Java best practice that ensures your code is working how it was intended. It is a critical habit that you should develop early on in your coding adventures.