Welcome to the Treehouse Library
This is a sample catalog of all the courses we offer. Browse by topic or difficulty. Sign up today and get access to our entire library. Treehouse students get access to workshops, bonus content, conferences, and more.
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- • 21st Century Skills
- • Android
- • APIs
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- • Computer Science
- • CSS
- • Data Analysis
- • Databases
- • Design
- • Development Tools
- • Digital Literacy
- • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)
- • Go
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- • Java
- • Learning Resources
- • Machine Learning
- • PHP
- • Python
- • Quality Assurance
- • Ruby
- • Security
These are some of the most common tracks students start with.
Front End Web Development
An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $51,000 / yr on average.
Some companies that use these technologies regularly include: Google, Facebook, Yahoo, eBay, Amazon, and Treehouse.
Learn the general purpose programming language Python and build large and small applications and tools.
An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $70,000 / yr on average.
Some companies that use these technologies regularly include: Google, NASA, Nokia, IBM, Digg, Dropbox, Pinterest, Reddit, Yelp, Apple, and Amazon.
An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $65,000 / yr on average.
Some companies that use these technologies regularly include: Walmart, PayPal, Groupon, Airbnb.
Browse content by the topics that interest you most.
- 21st Century Skills
- Computer Science
- Data Analysis
- Development Tools
- Digital Literacy
- Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)
- Learning Resources
- Machine Learning
- Quality Assurance
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Refine and strengthen your skills with these practice exercises.
Practice Creating UX Content
Practice creating UX content. You'll be given two companies with differing brand personalities, and you'll create UX content for their product pages.Viewed
Practice Using A Design System
For this practice session, we’ll be using Adobe XD to wireframe a homepage for votingrights.gov, an imaginary website for the United States federal government that informs citizens about their right to vote. We’ll start with a problem, a set of research, and some design explorations in the form of rough sketches. We’ll then use the United States Web Design System to ensure the look and behavior of our design are consistent with other federal government sites.Viewed
Practice Error Handling in Express
In this practice session, you'll get to sharpen your error handling skills in Express. Handling errors well helps users understand what's going on with your app when something goes wrong.Viewed
For this practice session, you’ll be creating eight rough sketches for the primary screen of a sketching application. This app gives users the ability to make quick, shareable, black-and-white sketches using their finger on a touchscreen.Viewed
Browse courses across an array of topics and disciplines.
This course will show you how to build the Treehouse course catalog using Laravel, one of the most popular PHP frameworks. You could easily use this project to create your own basic Laravel application using the MVC design pattern.
Learn the principles of Interaction Design, including the five dimensions, interaction models, and cognitive psychology. Apply those principles by learning how to design interactions in a design program.
Getting Started With Human Interface Guidelines
Learn how to work with Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines documentation. Learn to apply Human Interface Guidelines principles when designing iOS applications.
Getting Started With Material Design
Learn how to work with Google’s Material Design documentation. Learn to apply Material Design principles when designing applications for the Android platform.
Technology-focused presentations of tips, tricks, and tutorials.
In this workshop, we’ll be discussing responsive design, where content renders well and remains usable on a variety of devices and viewport sizes. On previous projects, you may have been asked to design with a specific screen in mind, whether a desktop, tablet, or mobile device. And sometimes, especially when designing for a mobile app, this approach can be appropriate. For websites, however, it’s usually best to work with a single design and consider how that design transitions from screen to screen.Viewed
Sequelize Model Validation
When working with an ORM library like Sequelize, you can take advantage of its built-in data validation and constraint capabilities. In this workshop, you'll continue to use Sequelize to write robust server-side data validation for a REST API developed with Express. The API allows you to create a user account and retrieve a list of user accounts.Viewed
Treehouse Student Orientation
Welcome to Treehouse! This short student orientation helps you get started on your Treehouse learning journey, focusing on learning, and accomplish your learning goals.Viewed
Bonus material is exclusive to Courses Plus membership and includes series covering new processes in design, development and illustration.
119 minBonus Series
How to Land Your Dream Job
How to Land Your Dream Job is a interview series hosted by Treehouse Founder and CEO Ryan Carson. In this series Ryan talks with guests about how they successfully transitioned to tech as a career.Viewed
5 hoursBonus Series
The Treehouse Show
The Treehouse Show is our weekly conversation with the Treehouse Community.Viewed
21 minBonus Series
How To Learn
Learning can be challenging. But having the proper mindset and a good set of strategies for studying and practice can help you learn faster and better. In this series of videos learn helpful techniques to boost your learning, and discover what the latest scientific research has to tell us about how to learn.Viewed
10 hoursBonus Series
Treehouse Friends is a series of interviews with interesting people in the web design and dev fields and other industry experts.Viewed
Watch talks from influential industry leaders.
The following items are scheduled to be released soon. You can also visit our content roadmap for more info.
SVG Workflow and Tools
Learn useful tools and techniques for optimizing, organizing and structuring your SVG files. Then learn sizing and scaling your SVG with inline attributesViewed
Collaborating with Developers
Designers will learn how to involve developers early in the design process, as well as how to prepare design files when it's time to implement in code.
In this course, we're going to learn the basics of CSS, one of the core technologies for designing and building websites and applications. No matter what kind of website or web application you want to build, you'll have to use CSS. If you haven't written much CSS, or even if you’ve never written CSS at all, don’t worry. That's what this course is for. We’ll start with basic CSS concepts, then gradually progress to more advanced topics and lessons.
In this course, we're going to learn techniques for better control over our CSS layouts. We’ll cover how the CSS Box Model impacts the presentation of each HTML element, learn to control the position of each element onscreen, and even begin to adjust our layouts for different screen sizes and environments.
How to Have 1:1's
Learn WHY one-on-ones are the most important meeting on your calendar for you and your manager as well as HOW we recommend preparing for and best practices for one-on-ones.
Enhancing Design with CSS
In this course, we're going to learn CSS properties for enhancing visual design. We’ll cover various properties for styling text, including loading web fonts from external resources. We’ll learn techniques for turning our CSS boxes into more than just rectangles. And finally, we’ll learn some really cool visual effects using CSS filters and gradients.
Practice Hooks in React
Student practice Reacts built in useContext and useState hooks to update an app with user authenticationViewed