Level 1 Free Level Variables and Functions 1 Video | 7 Challenges
An overview of variables and functions
Level 2 Applied jQuery 1 Video | 6 Challenges
Converting jQuery to CoffeeScript
Level 3 Conditionals & Operators 1 Video | 7 Challenges
Conditionals, chained comparisons, switch cases, and existential operators
Level 4 Arrays, Objects, Iterations 1 Video | 7 Challenges
Using arrays, object literals, loops, list comprehension, and splat arguments
Level 5 Applied jQuery II 1 Video | 3 Challenges
Understanding and using jQuery object notation
Level 6 Object Orientation 1 Video | 6 Challenges
Classes, class inheritance, property arguments
About The Professors
Gregg is passionate about taking complex topics and teaching them efficiently. He's helped build Envy Labs, Starter Studio, and Code School. He also furthers education through BarCamp in Orlando, the Orlando Ruby Users Group, and the Orlando Tech Events newsletter.
Carlos is a software developer who is constantly looking for better ways to write code. When not making loud noises on his mechanical keyboard, he can be found rock climbing or playing music.
This course should take approximately 4 - 5 hours.
Course Reviews (20)
I've dabbled in coffeescript before, but "A sip of coffeescript" really helped take me to the next level. I love that they tied it in to some of the previous codeschool jQuery courses as it really helped with the "real-world" aspect of Coffeescript implementation. Fantastically done course, these just keep getting better and better! Bravo Codeschool.
I couldn't think of an appropriate title for this review. It's a little late now, but maybe I went too front-heavy with the bacon-wrapped enchiladas, I don't know. What I DO know, though, is that this course is a keeper. Fun Fact: I went to work the next day and fired off 50 lines of CoffeeScript code to set up a feature that took almost 200 lines of JS on one of our other sites. Double-whammy: I had literally never written a line of JS code prior to running through the jQuery Air course 4 days prior. That's about as high an endorsement as I can think of for any training/tutorial/course.