cejodrake

cejodrake

  • 6 Courses Completed
  • 33 Levels Completed
  • 6 Screencasts Watched
  • 55,430 Total Points

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JavaScript: 3 Courses Completed

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Accelerating Through Angular

Client-side Frameworks

Create the future of web applications by learning how to build with Angular.

  • Angular Ignition

    Get an introduction to Angular and create your first module and component with a template.

  • Template Traction

    Start with a few structural directives and then transform your view with pipes.

  • Tuning It Up

    Make your code more maintainable by organizing it into multiple components, separating your HTML and CSS, creating a data model, and splitting your data into a mock file.

  • Data Binding Boost

    Explore how to send data from JavaScript to HTML and HTML to JavaScript using one-way data binding, and then learn how to do both at the same time with two-way binding.

  • Service Fuel Injection

    Learn how to create your own services and then how to use the HTTP library to call out to the internet.

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Powering Up With React

Client-side Frameworks

Discover how React can help you take control of your UI code with composable user interfaces.

  • First Component

    Learn how to solve problems in terms of React components, and get familiar with the JSX markup language.

  • Talk Through Props

    Make components communicate by passing arguments, which are known as props in React.

  • Component State

    Explore handling data that changes over time with state and how it can help us manipulate DOM elements.

  • Synthetic Events

    Capture user actions with React's event system, and learn how React uses synthetic events to consolidate the browser's native event API.

  • Talking to Remote Servers

    Learn about interacting with remote servers via Ajax using React's lifecycle methods.

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JavaScript Road Trip Part 1

JavaScript Language

An introduction to the very basics of the JavaScript language. Build a foundation of JavaScript syntax and learn how to use values, variables, and files.

  • The Cliffs of Value

    Learn to manipulate values on the console.

  • Variable Valley

    Review how to store and use data with variables.

  • Files Falls

    Create JS files and source them within HTML code.

JavaScript: 4 Screencasts Watched

.NET: 1 Course Completed

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Try ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET

Dive into the world of ASP.NET Core and learn how to build easy-to-maintain web applications with the MVC design pattern and ASP.NET Core.

  • Model View Controller

    Explore the MVC design pattern and learn how to set up the interactions between each part of it.

  • Getting User Input

    Set up a web application that will accept and utilize user-entered data.

  • Retaining Data

    Learn how to store user input in memory, retrieve and present data back to the user, and handle nulls.

.NET: 1 Screencast Watched

Python: 1 Course Completed

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Try Python

Getting Started With Python

‚ÄčExplore the basics of Python and learn what it means to store and manipulate numbers and words as well as make decisions with your program.

  • Birds & Coconuts

    Get started with Python by calculating how many swallows it takes to carry a coconut.

  • Spam & Strings

    ‚ÄčLearn how to store characters in a string to combine, dissect, and slice words.

  • Conditional Rules of Engagement

    Explore conditionals in Python to see how your program can make important decisions.

Ruby: 1 Course Completed

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Try Ruby

Getting Started With Ruby on Rails

Learn the basic building blocks of Ruby, all in the browser.

  • All For One, One For All

    Get an introduction to numbers, Strings, properties, and methods.

  • There Are Always Two

    Learn about conversions, arrays, variables, and more methods.

  • Third Time's The Charm

    Review printing, brackets, and String manipulation.

  • Fourth and Short

    Take a shot at method chaining, hashes, keys, and values.

  • The Highest of Fives

    Study up on blocks, directories, and method arguments.

  • Sixth Sense

    Start building methods, libraries, popups, and HTML with Ruby.

HTML/CSS: 1 Screencast Watched