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functional-javascript-workshop - A functional javascript workshop

  •    Javascript

Many functional programming learning resources will teach you to write functional code, but it's often highly indirect, deeply abstracted, requires understanding complex relationships between custom library calls, and doesn't represent the reality of how people actually write JavaScript.The goal of this workshop is to create realistic problems that can be solved using terse, vanilla, idiomatic JavaScript.

learnyounode - Learn You The Node

  •    HTML

Learn You The Node.js For Much Win! An intro to Node.js via a set of self-guided workshops.

webgl-workshop - :mortar_board: The sequel to shader-school: Learn the WebGL API

  •    Javascript

Learn the basics of WebGL in small, manageable chunks. The sequel to shader-school, created for CampJS IV by Mikola Lysenko and Hugh Kennedy. The script will ask you if you want to create an answer directory, press y to accept. This will populate your current directory with shader files for you to edit for each lesson.

makemehapi - Self guided workshops to teach you about hapi.

  •    Javascript

Learn all about hapi through a series of self-guided challenges.makemehapi will run you through a series of challenges ranging from a basic "hello world" server then move on to more advanced exercises dealing with rendering views, handling uploads, and managing cookies.

tower-of-babel - Tower of babel is tour of babel

  •    Javascript

tower-of-babel will show you through a series of exercises that introduce you to ES6 features. This exercises use babel. babel allows you to write code with ES6 syntax.

learnyoubash - Learn you how to write your first bash script

  •    Javascript

Learn you how to use the terminal and write your the first Bash script. This workshopper is based on bash-handbook, so if you want to more examples, check it out.

count-to-6 - An intro to some ES6 features via a set of self-guided workshops.

  •    Javascript

An intro to some ES6 features via a set of self-guided workshops. Count-to-6 will run you through a series of exercises that introduce you to some of the simpler features of ECMAScript 6, the upcoming revision to the JavaScript language. It leverages the excellent Traceur compiler to allow you to write code with ES6 syntax, today.

learn-generators - JavaScript ES(6|2015) generators workshopper. Learn in practice. :metal:

  •    Javascript

An Intro to ES6 generators via a set of self-guided workshops. Send an anonymous feedback about learn-generators here: google/form.

adventure-map - Simple exercise loader & generators for substack/adventure.

  •    Javascript

Tools with sensible defaults for guiding the creation of new adventure workshops.I normally hate code generators so I've tried to make the code generation only spit out the most unopinionated code that you probably would have written anyway. All generated code is extremely simple and makes minimal assumptions. You can safely and easily modify the generated code to work however you wish.

elementary-electron - NodeSchool workshop for learning Electron

  •    Javascript

A nodeschool workshop that teaches electron.Please open issues to propose new exercises if you have some cool ideas.

torrential - Workshopper for creating a simple p2p bittorrent network

  •    Javascript

This is a no code workshop to demonstrate the ease of setting up a bittorrent network. It uses the commandline tools from @feross @substack @maxogden to get you from zero to sharing as quickly as possible.

bacon-love - A Nodeschool type workshop for Functional Reactive Programming and Bacon.js

  •    Javascript

This is a Nodeschool-esc workshop module for doing Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) using the library Bacon.js. The goal of this workshop is to learn the concept of FRP while solving exercises, and the implementation it self is not that important. Most of the methods used in this workshop might as well be used in an alternative like RxJS. The main difference is that Bacon adhere to classic theory of FRP (with a distinction between observables).

esnext-generation - Learn ES6's Iterators & Generators in this interactive Javascript workshop.

  •    Javascript

Javascript: The final frontier. In this journey, we will explore the strange new worlds of ES6 Iterators and Generators. We will seek out new ways to loop; new iterations. We will boldly code what no one has coded before!

electronica - Electron workshop application

  •    Javascript

electronica is a workshop application for Electron. if you solved all exercise, you can create a mini-browser like this.

going-loopy - A quest to tame the beast that is the JavaScript event loop.

  •    Javascript

A quest to tame the beast that is the JavaScript event loop. I've been asked one too many times in an interview to explain the event loop. Afterwards, I'm always a bit worried that I missed a part, or didn't explain something adequately. So, I figured that if I create a story involving my character Bruggie, the Sometimes Great Wizard, explaining the event loop to another fellow wizard, I would get it down pat.

bug-clinic - a nodeschool.io-style workshopper for learning how to debug Node.js apps

  •    Javascript

bug-clinic is Copyright (c) 2014 Forrest L Norvell @othiym23 and contributors licensed under the BSD License. All rights not explicitly granted in the BSD License are reserved. See the included LICENSE.md file for more details.

learnyoumongodb - Learn MongoDB using the terminal

  •    Javascript

An intro to MongoDB via a set of self-guided workshops. learnyoumongodb will run through a series of MongoDB workshops. Starting at a basic "HELLO WORLD" and moving on to more advanced exercises about dealing with a range of database operations from CRUD to aggregation using MongoDB.

secureyournode - Security workshop

  •    Javascript

Security workshop, with exercises in an attack/defense style format. Attack exercises will teach you how to exploit vulnerabilities. Defense exercises will teach you how to protect against then.

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