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JavaScript Build a Simple Dynamic Site with Node.js HTTP Methods and Headers Redirection Headers in Node.js

Is last project file folder for dynamic node.js site course missing from download?

The project folders for download in this course are organized in pairs:

  • stage_x_video_Y
  • stage_x_video_Y_finish

except for the final one, stage_4_video_3, which has no "_finish" folder. This corresponds to the video: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-simple-dynamic-site-with-nodejs/http-methods-and-headers/redirection-headers-in-nodejs

I am not clear as to whether this is an intentional challenge for students or an oversight. If the latter, and you add a stage_4_video_3_finish, please delete this post.



p.s. GREAT course!

cc: Andrew Chalkley

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
227,114 Points

:x: I initially thought this might be because the files were only examined in the video, and not changed. But I reviewed the video and found that there were indeed a few changes made. So I guess it was an oversight. :blush:

Why not submit it as a bug?

Stephen Parker

A sensible person WOULD submit it as a bug. I do not because a) on two other occasions I have submitted what I was convinced were bugs and was told to use the Community/Forum, and b) as I wrote above, It is conceivable (though unlikely) it was left incomplete as a challenge (or some other reason not dreamt of in my universe). Hence the post, cc to the teacher and the request to delete if appropriate.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
227,114 Points

I'm sure not all bug reports are actual bugs. But the support folks do occasionally acknowledge actual bugs. I know because I've got an "exterminator" badge. :beetle:

FYI: "Stephen Parker" (with a "ph") is a different student. :wink: