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Variables and Functions
An overview of variables and functions
Converting jQuery to CoffeeScript
Conditionals & Operators
Conditionals, chained comparisons, switch cases, and existential operators
Arrays, Objects, Iterations
Using arrays, object literals, loops, list comprehension, and splat arguments
Applied jQuery II
Understanding and using jQuery object notation
Classes, class inheritance, property arguments
Creating variables, dialogs, object & string functions, number-related operations, working with arrays.
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Direct manipulation with CSS, manipulating multiple attributes, adding & removing classes, toggling classes, hiding & showing content.
Contents may shift
Retrieving & setting text content with text(), querying & setting DOM with html(), manipulating DOM with append() & prepend(), creating peers with :before & :after, adding & removing nodes.
Fasten your Seatbelts
Using document.ready, writing named functions, using click event listeners, keyboard events, animations, AJAX load()
Learn the very basic of Models and Views.
More on Models, such as syncing to/from the server.
View events, templates, and customization.
Models & Views
More on how Models and Views work together with event binding.
Working with a set of models with Backbone Collections.
Displaying a Collection with a Collection View.
Router & History
Supporting pushState history and multiple URLs.
Ruby: 6 Courses Completed
Learn Rails testing for your applications with these testing fundamentals. Brush up on testing best practices with Rails Testing for Zombies.
Testing philosophies, overview of Test Unit, TDD (Test Driven Development), and using assertions
Preparing the database, running tests, using fixtures, and testing relationships
Cleaning it up
Writing custom assertions, using Test Helper, and introducing Shoulda
Mocks and Stubs
Understanding and using mocks and stubs with Mocha
Rails integration commands, integration testing with Capybara, and writing and using helper methods
Creating factories, adding associations between factories, and implementing factories in your tests
Getting Started With Ruby on Rails
Learn Ruby on Rails, an open-source framework for the Ruby programming language. Rails for Zombies will teach you all the Rails basics with a zombie flair.
Deep in the Crud
How we work with a database in Rails by using Create, Read, Update, and Destroy (CRUD).
Models Taste Like Chicken
We'll learn about ActiveRecord models, validations, and relationships.
The Views Ain't Always Pretty
Get experience linking between views, using conditionals, and how to lookup documentation on common view helpers.
Controllers Must Be Eaten
Sitting between our Models and Views are the Controllers, which use instance variables to keep our code organized.
Routing Into Darkness
Learn how to direct requests to your app to the correct controller actions.
Learn to use this trusted testing framework for Ruby applications. Brush up on testing best practices with our Testing with RSpec course.
An overview of RSpecs basic syntax and installation.
Configuration & Matchers
Setting up RSpec in a Ruby or Rails project and digging into some RSpec Matchers.
See how to organize your specs better making readability much easier.
Hooks & Tags
Before hooks, shared examples and RSpecs use of metadata.
Mocks & Stubs
A tour through how RSpec uses mocks and stubs.
Walkthough the creation of a custom matcher from scratch.
Getting Started With Ruby on Rails
Learn more Rails with this sequel to the infamous Rails for Zombies course. Increase your Ruby on Rails knowledge with even more zombie learning.
From the Ground Up
Installing Rails, creating a Rails app, database migrations, the command line, Ruby 1.9 hash syntax, Bundler, database configuration
Models Still Taste Like Chicken
Named scopes, callbacks, has_one, relationship options, using Includes, has_many :through
Rest In Pieces
Revisiting URL helpers, forms & input helpers, understanding REST, nested resources, view partials, other view helpers
Asset Packaging and Mailing
Learn Rails best practices with the most useful Rails patterns and techniques. If you're a Rails developer, consider this your new Rails programming playbook.
Controllers in Space
Fat model/skinny controller, named scopes, scopes with lambda, default scopes, model creation scopes, skipping a filter
Nested attributes, models without the database, using Presenters, rejecting SQL injection, Rails 3 responder syntax
Basic & compound indices, protecting your attributes, using default database values, using callbacks properly, improving validation, database seeding
Optimizing n+1 queries, using counter_cache, batches of find_each, applying The Law of Demeter, using to_s and to_param in the model
Refactoring views, using helpers, rendering content with partials, handling empty strings, using content_for, meta yield
Ruby: 9 Screencasts Watched
Electives: 1 Course Completed
Learn the R programming language for data analysis and visualization. This software programming language is great for statistical computing and graphics.
A gentle introduction to R expressions, variables, and functions.
Grouping values into vectors, then doing arithmetic and graphs with them.
Creating and graphing two-dimensional data sets.
Calculating and plotting some basic statistics: mean, median, and standard deviation.
Creating and plotting categorized data.
Organizing values into data frames, loading frames from files and merging them.
Testing for correlation between data sets, linear models, and extending R with additional libraries.