Treehouse NewsNew Course Roundup: Ruby, Gulp, CSS

Mary McPherson
writes on July 13, 2015

Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of July 6, 2015.


Animating SVG with CSS – Guil Hernandez
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) also supports interactivity and animation, so you can animate and interact with SVG like you’re able to do with HTML. This short course covers the most common methods for animating SVG: CSS transitions, transforms, and keyframe animations.


Ruby Modules: Include and Extend – Jason Seifer
In this Workshop, we’ll go over the differences between include and extend when working with modules in Ruby.

Using Gulp’s ‘gulp-useref’ For a Full Build Pipeline Huston Hedinger
One of the most challenging things to do when building your application for production is to manage the names to static files and their references in HTML or JavaScript. ‘gulp-useref allows you to rename files on the fly in your HTML, so that the paths match up with the files that have been built. It is STRONGLY recommended that you’ve taken the Gulp full course or are very familiar with Gulp before taking this workshop.


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