Apps, Clouds, and File Systems: Background and History
Websites and phone apps are made of many different files that come together to form a whole. These complete packages are wrapped so neatly that their underlying structure is completely hidden from the end user. However, designers…Read More
Which Text Editor Should I Use?
One of the most common questions I’m asked by Treehouse students is, “Which text editor should I use?” That’s a really great question with no simple answer. However, I can understand why it’s confusing. Wikipedia’s comparison of…Read More
5 Great Hidden Features in the Chrome DevTools
The Chrome DevTools is a set of panels built into the Google Chrome browser that help web developers inspect code. You can access the DevTools using shortcut keys (Ctrl+Shift+i on Windows and CMD+Option+i on Mac) or…Read More
Learn to use the Chrome DevTools on Treehouse
Create Stunning Homepages using Photo Backgrounds
Treehouse recently received a massive redesign and part of that included a new homepage. Our design team hired a photographer to shoot beautiful background photographs that span from edge-to-edge. Why Photography? The use of photo backgrounds…Read More
There’s more than one way to mockup a website.
You’ve probably seen PSD to HTML advertisements around the web. If you type “PSD to HTML” into your favorite search engine, you’ll find lots of companies that will turn your Photoshop mockup into code. You’ll also find…Read More
Web Designers Don’t Need College Degrees
College is a considerable investment of both time and money. If you want to be a web designer, is college worth it? Let’s unravel this multifaceted and complex issue by examining a 4-year bachelors degree in…Read More
The Secret to Learning Code
Learning how to code can be a daunting task for anyone, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced professional. Just getting started is hard enough, but sometimes the best still get stuck. Reverse Engineering If…Read More