- 4 Courses Completed
- 19 Levels Completed
- 1 Screencasts Watched
- 55,500 Total Points
Electives: 1 Course Completed
Learn how Chrome DevTools can sharpen your dev process and discover the tools that can optimize your workflow and make life easier.
Dig into the elements panel, learn how to make changes to the DOM and update styles.
New workflows to speed up your development time.
Review the DevTools console and learn how to examine exceptions and use timesaving shortcuts.
Speed up your network interactions using the network tab and the page speed extension.
Get familar with your applications rendering performance and learn how to use CPU profiling to identity performance problems.
Learn how to find and identify memory leaks in your application.
Electives: 1 Screencast Watched
Git: 1 Course Completed
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 the basics of Git, including how to initialize a repo. Learn how to add, commit, and push your code to GitHub.
Ruby: 1 Course Completed
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.
Start building methods, libraries, popups, and HTML with Ruby.
AngularJS allows your application to have an expanded HTML library. Learn to add behavior to your HTML and speed up your application’s responsiveness.
Flatlander's Gem Store
Get comfortable with expressions by beginning to build a gem store.
Use directives to add a gallery and tabs to the gem store.
Give the gem store review functionality by using AngularJS forms.
Create custom directives for more organized and maintainable AngularJS code.
Create a new module and learn to use the $http service to get real data into the gem store.