Treehouse NewsNew Course Roundup: SQL, iOS & GitHub

Faye Bridge
writes on February 29, 2016

Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of February 22, 2016.

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Reporting With SQL Andrew Chalkley

SQL can be used to generate reports and present information on websites. This course covers powerful SQL features in helping you answer more interesting questions about your data.


Using GitHub With Visual Studio Carling Kirk

Learn how to use GitHub right in Visual Studio with Git integration and the GitHub extension.

GitHub in Workspaces Kenneth Love

If you’re ready to use GitHub for version control, but want to stick with using Workspaces, this workshop quickly shows how to use these two great tools that work well together.

Comparing Code: Swift & Obj-C Gabe Nadel

Let’s dissect how the same app can be built using Swift or Objective-C. We’ll pick apart the syntactical differences as well as the some of the most common pitfalls in moving from one language to the other.



HTTP Basics

During this course, we’ll take a look at the underlying method that devices use to communicate with each other: HTTP, or the HyperText Transfer Protocol. In particular, we’ll focus on how a modern web browser automates the sending of HTTP requests and the receiving of HTTP responses.

Threads and Services – Ben Deitch

Learn about Services in Android, which can perform long-running operations in the background like downloading a large file.

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2 Responses to “New Course Roundup: SQL, iOS & GitHub”

  1. Hello ,Can you please tell me when the Threads and Services for android will be available ? The content road map says February .

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