Each lesson focuses on a single aspect of building the project, like modeling the data, building a GraphQL server in Elixir, or building a mobile client for it in Flutter.
Diving into the PWA world
Understanding manifest.json and using sw-precache
Using the best of Gatsby and Grommet together
How to cache API calls using Service Workers
Quick intro to Koa.js and installation.
Import modules and setup configuration to get your Koa.js app started.
Complete configuration and middleware setup of your application.
Start styling your application with the pug rendering engin
Use Pug to style the guitar amp pages and errors in your application.
A quick rundown on Preact
What are Neural Networks
Implementing a Neural Network using perceptrons
Guessing the continent of a country based on GNP, Area, and Population
Checking what happens inside our NN execution
A quick overview on Neural Networks
Take a look at ES8 and ES5 features side by side
Configure and Scaffold an API in ES5 and ES8
Build and Assess an API made in ES5
Start seeing some differences between ES5 and ES8 by comparing how each builds an API.
Finish up ES8 API
Uncomplicated HTML, JS, and CSS compilation with Bankai
How and Why Choo can be a good choice for your next app
Decorate, animate, and provide a soundtrack for a Christmas tree
Learn Functional Programming with Mori.js
Main functions and data structures
An overview of what we will build
Implementing our tournament app with Mori.js
Intro, MLab Config, and Architecture.
Building the API defining our CRUD operations.
Learning To Use PM2 and launching our API
Tying it all together with Nginx.
Build a Todo app using Vue.js
Exploring Vuex and Vue-router configuration
Building UIs with Vue and Vue-Material
Working with HTTP using vue-resource
Putting together all the peices to build an app
Installing ReasonML and getting to know its ecosystem, including refmt, Merlin, BuckleScript, and redex.
Dive into the core fundamentals of ReasonML, including let, type, string, char, and more.
Fundamentals - Record, variant, list, array, function, if/else
Destructuring, pattern matching, imperative loops, modules
Getting comfortable with ReasonML's standard library.
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