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General Discussion HTTP: Do You GET It?

Is there a part two?

Or is the video just cut short at that point?

2 Answers

Michael Bates
Michael Bates
13,344 Points

Some videos are split into multiple parts. They may end at one point, then follows up with a quiz or code challenge. Then the video will continue once those are completed. However, you may want to verify they aren't quitting abruptly because of external issues.

It's not quitting because of external issues. The video in question is a workshop video that abruptly ends at the 30:58 minute mark. It's not clear if the video was supposed to end there because the rest of the workshop recording was irrelevant or if there was supposed to be a part 2 to the workshop and it was just never posted.

Craig Dennis
Craig Dennis
Treehouse Teacher

Ha sorry just saw this post!

My Presentation bombed out at the end :( sorry about that and I took questions.

There is a proper HTTP Basics course as well as a follow up REST API Basics.

Sorry for the delay on the response!