philipkretz

philipkretz

  • 5 Courses Completed
  • 28 Levels Completed
  • 2 Screencasts Watched
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JavaScript: 1 Course 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.

JavaScript: 1 Screencast Watched

HTML/CSS: 2 Courses Completed

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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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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.

Git: 1 Course Completed

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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

Ruby: 1 Course Completed

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Rails for Zombies Redux

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.

Ruby: 1 Screencast Watched