30 hoursBonus Series
The Treehouse Show
The Treehouse Show is your weekly dose of web design and web development news, hosted by Nick Pettit and Jason Seifer.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
3 hoursBonus Series
Treehouse Quick Tips
Treehouse Quick Tips are fast and easy lessons that you can start applying now. Learn to create stunning designs in Photoshop, beautiful websites, and useful mobile apps for Android and iOS.Viewed
3 hoursBonus Series
Welcome to Treeviews, the show where Treehouse members submit their work - website, app, or other project - and a panel of Treehouse teachers offers feedback.Viewed
2 hoursBonus Series
Learn how we built Code Racer, which is a real-time multiplayer game where people learn how to create a basic HTML web page while competing with others.Viewed
75 minBonus Series
CSS3 Master Class
Learn how to build a real-world site using everything from Border Radius, Border Image, Box Shadow, Linear and Radial Gradients and more.Viewed
60 minBonus Series
In this Master Class Series, we'll prepare our project and write all the media queries and CSS we need to make our layout respond. Then we will test our layout across a few browsers.Viewed
60 minBonus Series
Mockups for Responsive Design
Learn how to wireframe and design websites that work across multiple devices and screen resolutions. We'll cover everything you need to know in order to create low fidelity and high fidelity mockups for responsive designs.Viewed
6 hoursBonus Series
Design and Development
Learn how a designer and developer can effectively collaborate to build a web app.Viewed
78 minBonus Series
Learn how to create fluid grid layouts using percentage based widths. We'll go over everything you need to know to extract fluid grid calculations from high fidelity mockups.Viewed
4 hoursBonus Series
HTML5 Mobile Web Applications
Learn how to build a mobile HTML5 web app that will work across multiple devices, from start to finish using canvas, localStorage and video.Viewed
105 minBonus Series
Exercise Your Creative
How do you practice creativity? In the Exercise Your Creative series, Mat gives us some insight by taking us through his creative process.Viewed
5 minBonus Series
In the Wild
Join Allison as she explores the web industry through interviews with web professionals. This is In the Wild.Viewed
16 minBonus Series
Web Design Q&A with Nick
In this series, Nick Pettit answers your questions about web design, web development, and anything else you're interested in knowing.Viewed
25 minBonus Series
Treehouse Teacher Q&A
In this series, the Treehouse teaching team answers your questions about web design, web development, and anything else you're interested in knowing.Viewed
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iOS Design Patterns
This course is intended to give intermediate-level iOS programmers a deeper understanding of some common design patterns that appear in the Cocoa development frameworks. Understanding the “Hows?” and “Whys?” of these patterns will increase your productivity and enhance the quality of your code. Working with the patterns, rather than mistakenly working against them is essential for gaining greater proficiency as an iOS developer. Students are assumed to have familiarity with development in Objective-C using XCode.
Objective-C Language Basics
This course will focus on the language and syntax of Objective-C as well as some basic programming concepts. We will cover basic data types, such as NSString, float, int and bool as well as learn about conditional statements and operators. Building slowly, we will lay the groundwork for the following course, Object Oriented Objective-C, where topics include: classes, objects, properties, methods, arrays and dictionaries. Together, these two course comprise a broad foundation in Objective-C.
Following directly from the Obj-C Language Basics course, we'll explore critical concepts like classes, objects, methods, memory management, pointer and more. An essential course for iOS Development with Obj-C.
Build a Simple Android App (Refresh)
This course covers the very basics of Android development. We will build a simple app that will serve up some fun facts when you tap on a button. We introduce you to programming in Android, a tool for Android development called Android Studio, and some very basic concepts of the Android Software Development Kit, or SDK. By the end you will have a good idea of how a basic app works, and you will be armed with the knowledge to start building more.
Spring provides a plethora of widely-used development tools for Java programmers, one of which is a library for creating interactive web applications. In this course we'll begin to leverage the power of the Spring Framework to configure and write a fully-functioning Java web application.
Unit Testing in Java
Unit testing is a Java best practice that ensures your code is working how it was intended. It is a critical habit that you should develop early on in your coding adventures.
Managing Users in WordPress
The popular publishing platform WordPress comes by default with a number of different user roles. These determine how people are able to view, add and edit content and settings on your site. If you work with WordPress, especially on sites with more than one user it’s important that you understand how these different user roles work. In this course we will cover everything you need to know about assigning and managing the correct user roles. We will even cover how to setup custom user roles.
Build a Basic PHP Website
This project will show you how to build a simple website using the PHP programming language. The web site, a media library, will let you organize and display your Books, Movies and Music. You could easily use this project to create a website that lets you organize and display any type of item: Branch Locations, Products, Services, Events, even Courses like we have here on Treehouse.
Swift 2.0 Protocols
Called interfaces in other languages, protocols define a blueprint of methods, properties, and other requirements that suit a particular task or piece of functionality. Protocols allow us to build flexible, decoupled objects without the limitations of inheritance.In this course, we’ll learn how to write basic protocols in Swift, how they are used in iOS development and how they lead better code reuse.
In SQL Basics we’ll take a look at what databases are and how you can retrieve information from them. Databases can store massive amounts of information to be retrieved at a later date. Databases act as the memory for dynamic web sites or mobile apps.
WordPress Admin Settings
This course covers the all of the settings that appear in the "Settings" section of the WordPress admin area. You can expect to learn about general settings, reading and writing settings, permalinks, media settings as well as best practices for setting up WordPress. By the end of the course you should feel comfortable setting up a WordPress site or configuring settings for an existing WordPress site.
Django Forms let us quickly create HTML forms and validate information from users and APIs. Django gives us two types of Forms, basic Forms and Model Forms, which turn our Models into Forms. Our learning app needs quizzes, so let's build them with Forms!
In this course we'll build on what you learned in C# Basics. You'll learn about Object Oriented Programming (OOP). We'll use OOP to model a tower defense game - one you could use for an actual game. Then we'll reinforce what we've learned by extending the FitnessFrog app we started in C# Basics. After completing this course you'll have learned most of the syntax of the C# programming language.
Materials in Unity
In Unity, and in computer graphics in general, a material describes the surface appearance of a 3D model. Materials can create the appearance of surfaces like wood, metal, fabric, and more. In these lessons, we'll learn how Unity implements physically based rendering, which is rapidly becoming the de facto industry methodology for creating dynamic and realistic textures.
During this course, we'll take a look at the underlying method that devices use to communicate with each other: HTTP, or the HyperText Transfer Protocol. In particular, we'll focus on how a modern web browser automates the sending of HTTP requests and the receiving of HTTP responses.
Practice with WordPress Themes
In this course we cover how to setup a range of different types of WordPress themes. Each theme in WordPress can require a different setup process and this course help show common steps in how to setup different types of WordPress themes.
Build a REST API with Flask
Flask is often used as a solid, fast solution for creating an API. In this course, we'll look at how to build endpoints for your objects, handle HTTP verbs, and return the appropriate data type for each request.
Modifying Data With SQL
At the heart of a dynamic application is a database. Whether the application is an eCommerce, sports team, social network or a productivity app on your phone the data needs to change over time.In this course we'll take a look at the underpinning SQL statements that are needed for every dynamic application.
Practice with WordPress Plugins
In this course we go over how to setup and use some of the most common types of plugins you will use when building websites with WordPress.