Treehouse: Learn Programming and Design
By Treehouse Island Inc.
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Treehouse is the best way to learn technology. Learn to build websites, create iPhone apps, build web apps with Ruby on Rails and PHP, or start a business.
Learn from over 1000 videos created by our expert teachers on web design, coding, business, and much more. Our library is continually refreshed with the latest on web technology so you'll never fall behind.
Practice what you've learned through quizzes and interactive Code Challenges. This style of practicing will allow you to retain information you've learned so you can apply it to your own future projects.
You'll earn badges as you journey through our extensive library of topics. These badges are an indicator of what skills you currently possess and are viewable by anyone (even recruiters from big companies!).
What's New in Version 2.4
- New timeline when viewing a course so you know can track your progress
- Fixed issues with weird characters in quiz questions and teachers notes
- Fixed issue where the numbers for the time elapsed of a video would move
- Fixed crash when the keyboard shows during a code challenge
- Internal updates
This app not only compliments but enhances treehouse' website. I love the design and the fact I can continue from my pc to my iPad. How it tracks your progress and provides plenty of opportunity to practice what you learn ensure I give this app a rating of 5/5 well done TreeHouse. I do get connection issues late in the evening when I want to progress a bit more before I go to sleep.
Fantastic learning tool
Thank you so much for creating this iPad app. Extremely useful to be able to learn on the go when one doesn't necessarily have wifi.
Giving it 4/5 because it's a great tool but lacks a download all feature for each series. Please introduce one Udemy-style in a future update! Also sometimes experience crashes when navigating the menus.
Love Treehouse, not a fan of the App.
I love Treehouse, it’s such a great way to learn. What I don’t love is the fact that banging my head against a brick wall is a more pleasant experience than using the app on an iPad 3. Perhaps my fault for using a device that Apple wrote off just as soon as they produced it, but the app is prone to freezing and is extremely slow. Can’t help feel there’s room for refinement!