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  • 26 Courses Completed
  • 148 Levels Completed
  • 10 Screencasts Watched
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iOS: 7 Courses Completed

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App Evolution With Swift

iOS Development With Swift

Learn how to make your first iOS app with Swift, and discover some of the more common pieces of the UIKit framework and how to use them with Swift.

  • Xcode and Storyboards

    Explore how to lay out your application's interface with storyboards.

  • Outlets and Actions

    Learn how you can use storyboard outlets and actions to connect view objects to code.

  • Scroll Views

    Discover how you can display more content than what fits on 1 screen with scroll views.

  • Table Views

    Find out how you can use table views and table view controllers to efficiently display lists of content.

  • Navigation

    Learn how to use navigation controllers to connect multiple screens and pass data between them.

  • Custom Classes for Data

    Explore how to create separate classes for your data and then pass them between view controllers during transition segues.

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Try Objective-C

iOS Development With Objective-C

Learn the basics of iOS development with the Objective-C language. Start learning to develop iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps by building a foundation on Objective-C.

  • Grass World

    Create and log common objects

  • Ice World

    Sending messages and getting results

  • Sand World

    Control the flow

  • Lava World

    Create your own classes

  • Space World

    Learning from mistakes

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Try iOS

iOS Development With Objective-C

Learn iOS to create iPhone apps. This iOS tutorial reviews app development from the ground up and requires only basic coding experience.

  • App Anatomy

    Together we'll write our first simple iPhone app and learn about the different parts of an app.

  • Subviews

    Placing buttons & labels on our screen.

  • Tabs, Images, & Scrolling

    Adding some tabs to switch between the different parts of our app, adding images, and learning about our scroll window.

  • UINavigation & Buttons

    Navigating between between different parts of our app, and creating custom buttons.

  • Table View Controllers

    Building out table views, a common part of any iPhone app.

  • Networking

    Connecting to the internet to fetch data and using NSDictionary.

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iOS Operation: Models

iOS Development With Objective-C

Learn iOS development as you organize and move your app data from Controllers to Models. This sequel to Try iOS will help you master the use of Models.

  • App-A-Pushy

    Create Model Classes and instantiate Model objects.

  • Golden UI

    Fill Models with data during instantiation.

  • The App With The Golden Thumb

    Use Model objects to display data in Views.

  • Live and (Don't) Let The Battery Die

    Allow the user to change the data in Model objects.

  • Swipe Another Day

    Save and retrieve Model object data.

  • A View To Build

    Use Model data to enhance an app's user experience.

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Core iOS 7

iOS Development With Objective-C

Quickly get up to speed on the core changes of iOS 7. Make your app stand out from the crowd by mastering new APIs and take advantage of great Xcode updates.

  • Updating from iOS 6

    Learn the most common problems you'll run into when upgrading your app for iOS 7.

  • TextKit and Dynamic Type

    Learn how the addition of TextKit affects UITextViews and how to easily add Dynamic Type support.

  • Custom Animated Transitions

    Breath some life into your transitions with custom animations.

  • Making your Transitions Interactive

    Enhance your apps by making your modal transitions interactive.

  • UIKit Dynamics

    UIKit Dynamics is a new iOS 7 framework which helps you to breathe life into your animations by modeling real-world interactions.

  • Parallax, Motion Effects, and Blur

    Learn how to get your app to stand out from the rest with a tour of the new Motion Effects API, including Parallax, Shadow motion, and even 3D transforms. Add blur to your views. Get buttery smooth animation transitions by tapping into the blazing fast view snapshotting API. Available early November.

  • Auto Layout updates

    Xcode 5 brings great improvements to Auto Layout. In this level, you'll learn how to take advantage of the new Auto Layout workflow with static views, scroll views, text views, and even the new Dynamic Type system. Learn to stop writing layout code and use Interface Builder and Auto Layout to design your views.

  • Networking and Multitasking

    Convert your existing NSURLConnection code to the new-to-iOS-7 NSURLSession networking stack. Learn how to perform background downloads using the new multitasking "transfer" service.

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iOS Operation: MapKit

iOS Development With Objective-C

Learn Apple's MapKit framework for adding real-world location data to your app. Display location data loaded from the web and combine frameworks to enrich data.

  • UIFall

    Opening a map location in the Apple Maps app.

  • The Spy Who Plugged Me

    Adding a map view inside of your app.

  • For Your Thumbs Only

    Adding and customizing a map annotation.

  • Mapmaker

    Working with multiple annotations and data from a network request.

  • Dr. Scroll

    Building an annotation search field and using a geocoder to get complete location data.

  • The World Is Not An App

    Using methods in the CoreLocation framework to enhance map annotation data and offer an alternative way to display map data.

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Exploring Google Maps for iOS

iOS Development With Objective-C

Learn how to display Google Maps in your app with the Google Maps SDK for iOS. Get started with the basics and use interactive maps to learn as you explore!

  • Displaying a Map

    Learn how to display a map, enable map features, and adjust default map options.

  • Creating Markers

    Learn how to display points of interest as markers and customize the way marker information is shown.

  • Network Requests

    Learn how to create map markers with data from network requests and user gestures.

  • Other Google APIs

    Learn how to use Google services like geocoding and the Directions API to add more value to markers.

  • Drawing on the Map

    Learn how to draw lines and shapes on the map for showing data like city boundaries and direction routes.

  • Street View

    Learn how to display a Google Street View inside of your app.

iOS: 1 Screencast Watched

Electives: 4 Courses Completed

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Breaking the Ice With Regular Expressions

Electives

Search for text patterns using regular expressions and learn to validate emails and URLs, capture information, and use simple patterns to save development time.

  • The String Story

    Learn what regular expressions are, and write your first expression. Discover literals, operators, character sets, modifiers, and metacharacters.

  • Crew Emails

    Journey into validating emails with wildcards, escaping characters, groups, and anchors.

  • Confirmative

    Take a voyage to the edge with word boundaries and creating optional variations. Negate characters within character sets, and then use the negated shorthand. Finally, match specific amounts of characters with interval expressions.

  • Multi-line Strings

    Discover multi-line strings, and journey deeper with much larger subject strings. Search the globe and properly drop anchors with global and multi-line modifiers.

  • Capture Groups

    Grab the loot with capture groups, and learn how to extract sections of text for reference. Also discover when it's appropriate to have groups not capture.

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Try R

Electives

Learn the R programming language for data analysis and visualization. This software programming language is great for statistical computing and graphics.

  • Using R

    A gentle introduction to R expressions, variables, and functions.

  • Vectors

    Grouping values into vectors, then doing arithmetic and graphs with them.

  • Matrices

    Creating and graphing two-dimensional data sets.

  • Summary Statistics

    Calculating and plotting some basic statistics: mean, median, and standard deviation.

  • Factors

    Creating and plotting categorized data.

  • Data Frames

    Organizing values into data frames, loading frames from files and merging them.

  • Real-World Data

    Testing for correlation between data sets, linear models, and extending R with additional libraries.

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Discover Drive

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  • Save to Drive Button

    Creating a simple button for saving files to Google Drive.

  • Google Picker with Drive

    Creating a widget for selecting and uploading files.

  • Authenticating with Drive

    Using the Google API Ruby Client to request access to a user’s Drive.

  • Uploading Files

    Performing multipart and resumable uploads with the Google API Ruby Client.

  • Retrieving Metadata

    Retrieving metadata for single files and lists of files, as well as performing file searches.

  • Downloading & Sharing Files

    Downloading files from Drive and managing permissions.

  • Updating & Deleting Files

    Updating, trashing, and permanently deleting files.

  • Folders

    Organizing files with folders and using the Application Data Folder.

  • Push Notifications

    Getting notified when a file changes.

  • Installing And Showcasing Your Application

    Installing your application to the Drive UI and listing it in the Chrome Web Store.

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Discover DevTools

Electives

Learn how Chrome DevTools can sharpen your dev process and discover the tools that can optimize your workflow and make life easier.

  • Elements

    Dig into the elements panel, learn how to make changes to the DOM and update styles.

  • Sources

    New workflows to speed up your development time.

  • Console

    Review the DevTools console and learn how to examine exceptions and use timesaving shortcuts.

  • Debugging

    Great workflows for debugging problems in your JavaScript.

  • Network

    Speed up your network interactions using the network tab and the page speed extension.

  • Profiles

    Get familar with your applications rendering performance and learn how to use CPU profiling to identity performance problems.

  • Memory

    Learn how to find and identify memory leaks in your application.

Electives: 1 Screencast Watched

HTML/CSS: 11 Courses Completed

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Front-end Formations

Getting Started With HTML and CSS

Discover the latest versions of HTML and CSS, including HTML5 tags, form elements, attributes, input types, CSS styling, and more.

  • Overview & Updates

    Get an overview of HTML5 and CSS3, and learn which HTML elements have been updated in HTML5.

  • HTML5 Elements

    Learn all of the new HTML5 elements, including the section, article, header, footer, and time elements, and also several others that will help make your markup more semantic.

  • HTML5 Forms

    Learn all of the new HTML5 form input types, elements, and attributes.

  • CSS3 Styles

    Learn modern CSS styling techniques, including border radius, box shadow, text shadow, box sizing, multiple backgrounds, and gradients.

  • Fonts & Interactions

    Learn how to use web fonts with @font-face, create smooth transitions and manipulated elements in CSS with the transition and transform properties, and write CSS according to the principles of progressive enhancement.

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Front-end Foundations

Getting Started With HTML and CSS

Learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS, while building a strong foundation for more advanced front-end development.

  • HTML

    Format text content and links with HTML.

  • CSS

    Change the way that content is displayed with CSS.

  • Classes and Layout

    Reuse CSS across multiple pages and layout content in well-defined sections.

  • Images

    Add content and background images to your site.

  • Fonts and Forms

    Customize fonts and add forms that accept different types of user input.

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CSS Cross-Country

Intermediate CSS

Explore the fundamentals of CSS, and review all the web-styling tools needed for front-end efficiency.

  • Frost-Proof Fundamentals

    Adding style, selectors, the cascade, and floats

  • Clear Carving

    Clearing floats, inheritance, and specificity

  • Box Bindings

    The box model, positioning, and z-index

  • Grooming Your Code

    DRY, display types, and centering

  • CSS Safety

    Protecting your layout and specificity problems

  • Image Issues

    Image use and image cropping

  • Sprightly Slaloms

    Image replacement and sprites

  • Pseudo Sitzmark

    Pseudo classes and pseudo elements

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Journey Into Mobile

Intermediate CSS

Learn mobile web design with mobile-first, adaptive, and responsive web design concepts. Review the best practices with our Journey into Mobile course.

  • Foundations for Mobile

    The mobile web and relative font-sizing

  • Fluid Layouts

    Learn the foundations for creating scalable, fluid sites

  • Adaptive Adventures

    Create sites that adapt to a specific context

  • Responsive Adventures

    Create device-agnostic sites optimized for all viewports

  • Responsive Media

    Learn how to scale images, video, and work with retina graphics

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Adventures in Web Animations

Intermediate CSS

Make your websites more engaging and fun with the introduction of CSS web animations.

  • Transitions

    Learn how to sweeten up your web app using CSS transitions for color, position, and visibility.

  • Transforms

    Moving, scaling, invisibility — oh my! Open up a world of animation possibilities with transforms.

  • Keyframes

    Use keyframe animations to create some tasty and reusable animations for our form modal and donut character.

  • SVG

    Explore the benefits of using super-crisp SVGs and how to animate them.

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Unmasking HTML Emails

Intermediate CSS

Explore the nuances of email clients and how to build designs for them with inline styles, tables for layout, and conditional comments.

  • Clients and Markup

    Learn the mystifying moves of email client preprocessors and how HTML and CSS is written for them.

  • Tables for Layout

    Apply the ancient art of wrapping content in tables, rows, and cells.

  • Mucho Media Queries

    Use modern markup techniques to wrestle tables and content into many screen sizes.

  • Targeting Specific Clients

    Twist, turn, and tag your way through multiple client hacks to fight for your layout.

  • Small Screen First

    Refactor existing code to create flexible layouts for all screens, even without media queries.

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Assembling Sass

CSS Preprocessors

Learn Sass and start improving your front-end CSS workflow. Try Sass on large-scale applications for efficient, time-saving styling.

  • Foundation

    An introduction to Sass, imports, comments, and nesting.

  • Variable

    Creation and use of recallable information.

  • Mixin

    Writing reusable styles mixed with optional arguments.

  • Extend

    Easily manage CSS class reuse and inheritance in the stylesheet, rather than HTML.

  • Directive

    A primer on the programmatic tools in Sass, including functions and each loops.

  • Math + Color

    Perform arithmetic and color alterations directly to stylesheet values.

  • Responsive

    Simplify and optimize your responsive design workflow via Sass.

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Assembling Sass Part 2

CSS Preprocessors

Learn advanced Sass & Compass for further improving your front-end CSS workflow. Revolutionize your front-end efficiencies with these coding techniques.

  • More Sass

    A deeper dive into core Sass functionality

  • Compass

    Introducing the Compass add-on and enabling its use

  • Utility

    Traversing helpers and utilities included with Compass

  • Rhythm

    Establishing and maintaining baseline grids with the vertical rhythm module

  • Sprite

    Relegating sprite generation and maintenance to the sprite module

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Blasting Off with Bootstrap

CSS Frameworks

Use Bootstrap's pre-built styles and functionality to help you easily add polish and useful behavior to your web application with HTML and CSS.

  • Lift Off

    Get your website off the ground by adding the Bootstrap library and getting familiar with the container class.

  • Designing in Grids

    Use the grid design pattern to add structure and style to your application.

  • Typography

    Use Bootstrap’s custom classes and Glyphicon icons to make your site easier on the eyes.

  • Enough CSS to be Dangerous

    Make your site stand out from the rest by adding a custom navigation and a splash of colorful buttons.

  • JavaScript Components

    Use Bootstrap’s Collapse and Dropdown plugins to add needed behavior to your website.

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You, Me & SVG

SVG

Learn how to create and use scalable vector graphics online. Whether your icons, shapes, and assets are on small or large screens, SVGs have you covered!

  • Oh, the Shapes You Can Make

    Learn the difference between raster and vector, as well as how to create vectors and when they come in handy.

  • Would You, Could You With a Badge?

    Shape up your SVG knowledge with the circle, text, polygon, and line elements.

  • Group de Loop​​

    Circle around three important topics: grouping, transforming, and the viewBox coordinate system.

  • SVG Encore!

    ​​Wander through paths (the most commonly used SVG element), and discover how to reuse elements with symbol, as well as create screen reader-accessible SVGs with title and description tags.

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Fundamentals of Design

Design

Improve the visual competency of any website or application by keeping design in mind. Learn the fundamental design principles of typography, color, and layout.

  • Typography

    Learn to recognize beautiful and functional type.

  • Colors

    Review color theory and application principles.

  • Layout

    Familiarize yourself with visual hierarchy and balance.

HTML/CSS: 4 Screencasts Watched

JavaScript: 1 Course Completed

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Try jQuery

jQuery

Learn the basics of jQuery 2.0, a JavaScript library, to modify elements on the page and improve user interaction.

  • Introduction to jQuery

    A gentle introduction to what jQuery is, and what it can do.

  • Traversing the DOM

    Search & walk through the DOM with selectors and traversing.

  • Working with the DOM

    Add & remove from the DOM, more traversing, and user events.

  • Listening to DOM Events

    Listen for events, handle them, and change the default event behavior of web browsers.

  • Styling

    Before landing, tame CSS with jQuery and animate elements on the page.

JavaScript: 3 Screencasts Watched

Git: 3 Courses Completed

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Try Git

Git

Learn how to use Git by reviewing the basic concepts of Git version control. Try out this introductory course that was created with GitHub.

  • Discover Git

    Discover the basics of Git, including how to initialize a repo. Learn how to add, commit, and push your code to GitHub.

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Git Real

Git

Learn more advanced Git by practicing the concepts of Git version control. Increase your Git knowledge by learning more advanced systems within Git.

  • Introduction

    Learn the basics of Git

  • Staging & Remotes

    Add and remove changed files, and work with remote repositories

  • Cloning & Branching

    Clone repositories and learn how to work with multiple branches

  • Collaboration Basics

    Work simultaneously with multiple users

  • Branching

    Work with remote branches and reference commits

  • Rebase belong to us

    Optimize merging and fix merge conflicts

  • History and Configuration

    Learn how to configure and view commit logs

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Git Real 2

Git

Learn advanced Git by practicing Git version control with Git Real 2. Continue to increase your Git skills by learning more advanced systems within Git.

  • Interactive Rebase

    Edit your commits through the use of interactive rebase

  • Stashing

    Not quite ready to commit? Git stash is the perfect solution

  • Purging History

    Accidentally commit something sensitive? Purge it!

  • Working together

    Make Git work together on multiple operating systems

  • Submodules

    Ever wanted to use another repository inside of another?

  • Reflog

    Undo almost anything and find lost commits using reflog