We’re currently working hard producing new library content as quickly as possible. We’ve got a bunch of new and exciting projects on the way, so stay tuned! Each project is comprised of several stages. A stage is similar to a badge, and includes videos, quizzes, and code challenges.
The dates reflected within this roadmap are estimates and may be subject to change.
Sass BasicsBy Hampton Catlin
Sass is a powerful language that extends CSS with features like nested rules, variables, mixins, operations, and more, in a CSS-compatible syntax. Because of this, many of today's popular websites, applications, and frameworks are built using Sass. In this Deep Dive, we'll be coding along with Hampton Catlin, our guest teacher and inventor of Sass!Available now!
Framework BasicsBy Guil Hernandez
WordPress for Website OwnersBy Zac Gordon
WordPress powers a large percentage of websites in the world. From business and e-commerce sites to blogs and community sites. Owning a WordPress site lets you easily edit your content and extend the functionality and design of your site. In this project we will cover all of the basics of getting a site, managing it, and growing your community. Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to work through our live example WordPress site to practice and demonstrate what you learn.Coming December 18, 2013
Soft SkillsBy Dan Gorgone
Succeeding in a job or as a freelancer requires more than knowing how to code or design. Soft skills refer to personal and professional qualities that allow you to do your job better. In this course, we'll explore the most important soft skills you need to be successful - at any job.Coming December 30, 2013
Mobile App DesignBy Sarah Parmenter
Learn the basics of designing a mobile app, from initial idea, wireframes to user interface design. You will create the design for a diary app while learning how to write an application design specification, user experience, right through to creating assets for development. The project will focus on the iOS platform, however you learn some tips and tricks on adapting the design for platforms like Android and Windows.Coming January 20, 2014
Build a Self-Destructing Message Android AppBy Ben Jakuben
In the Self-Destructing Message app we will build on the concepts learned in previous Android projects to create an app that will allow users to send photo or video messages to other users that will be deleted once viewed. The app will be tab-based, meaning we will cover Fragments, and we'll dive further into layouts, list views, and the Activity lifecycle. The backend of the app will be built on Parse.com's popular cloud storage services, which will handle user accounts and file and message storage.Coming January 27, 2014