NewsNew & Upcoming Course Highlights: OAuth Authentication, Spring, Django & PHP

Every week, new courses are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what we’ve added recently, as well as a few highlights from our Content Roadmap.

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WORKSHOPS

Andrew

OAuth Authentication With PassportAndrew Chalkley (44 minutes)

Have you ever wondered how you add social login to your Express.js websites? They all use a protocol called OAuth, and there’s an npm module called Passport.js that helps you integrate it into your Node.js application.

Deploying a Spring Application Chris Ramacciotti (36 minutes)

During this workshop, you’ll learn a few ways to build and deploy your Spring application. Specifically, we’ll cover three scenarios:

  1. Deploying with an embedded web server,
  2. Deploying to an existing Wildfire (JBoss) web server, and
  3. Deploying to Heroku

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UPCOMING

Alena

PHP Arrays and Control Structures Alena Holligan (August 2016)

This course builds on the foundational skills covered in the PHP Basics course. We’ll explore conditionals, loops and the compound variable — arrays. All of which help your write more powerful and intelligent programs using less code.

Django Class-based Views Kenneth Love (August 2016)

Django view functions are simple and easy to use but sometimes you find yourself repeating a lot of the same work over and over. Luckily, Django also offers a way to create views as classes which can lead to cleaner, more reusable code. Class-based views have a lot of nooks and crannies, though, so let us show you around this powerful tool!

Check out more of our upcoming courses on the Content Roadmap.


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2 Responses to “New & Upcoming Course Highlights: OAuth Authentication, Spring, Django & PHP”

  1. Are you planning to make something for ruby on rails or you are going to focus on python and java? i am trying to learn RoR web backend development but it seems like every body focusing on python and javascript nowadays. What are you suggesting?

    • Faye Bridge on August 12, 2016 at 3:52 am said:

      We’ll be releasing updated Ruby content in the near future, starting with RoR 5 Basics. You can read more about it here. 🙂

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