In this Treehouse Quick-Tip, Jason Seifer shows you how to use the Select2 Plugin with Ruby on Rails. Select2 is a jQuery based replacement for select boxes. It supports searching, remote data sets, and infinite scrolling of results.
From start to finish, this quick tip with Andrew Chalkley will take you through an example using jQuery’s Smooth Scrolling on a FAQ page.
Ever sketch something in pencil and want to transform it to digital art with lines of varying thickness? In this Treehouse Quick Tip, teacher Mat Helme will show you how to create a thick to thin line character illustration in …Continue reading
What’s an SVG, and why do I have to use it? SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, are very small in file size and are great for retina displays. Vector graphics have an advantage over pixel formats like .gif or .jpg …Continue reading
In this Treehouse Quick Tip, Jason demystifies the concepts behind what a has many :through association is in Ruby on Rails. We’ll figure out what a join table is, how different models fit together, and the syntax needed to make …Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to give a text field in Photoshop an unusual shape? In this Treehouse Quick Tip, Photoshop teacher Allison demonstrates how to bend and curve a text field into whatever shape you need! Video Transcription Allison: Hi. …Continue reading
In this Treehouse Quick Tip, Nick explains how to get a head start on your next project with HTML5 Boilerplate. Boilerplate is a front-end template that gives you everything you need to make your HTML5-based site ready for any browser.
The “each” method in Ruby on Rails allows you to iterate over different objects inside an array-like structure. It’s an important part of development in Ruby, and Treehouse’s Ruby teacher, Jason, explains how to use it effectively in this Treehouse …Continue reading