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Robert Ho
Robert Ho
Courses Plus Student 11,383 Points

A website that shows a visual display of how websites and web applications work. Very handy for any newbies!

Hey everyone, you guys should check out http://nilclass.com/. It is a website that has a visual display of how websites and web applications work on the (almost) entire stack. It's great as a learning resource and reference when trying to gain an understanding how applications work because it describes what is happening from (front) end to (back) end. Hope this helps!

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David Aviles
David Aviles
3,743 Points

This is great. Thanks for posting!