Phew… I’ve reached the 20,000 point club on Treehouse. An immense number in itself and some indication I think of how far I’ve come in the last year alone.
Treehouse has taught me things I never even touched at University including the CSS pre compiler Sass.
But before I move on in the Treehouse world it’s time to take a little step back and catch up on what I’ve learned.
I’ve expanded on my knowledge of all things HTML5 and CSS including some best practices and frameworks I didn’t even know were out there. Bootstap, Foundation, Compass, Sass. All technologies I’d never knew about or considered using before. Now I have a grounding on them that will stand me in good stead for the future.
I look at this image alone and I can see how many dependencies there are to get an angular application… just a basic application to work. You need the jQuery library jQuery UI, the angular library and any custom application js file before you even get started.
I’ll put up a link to the results on my personal development site when I’m done.
This is the sort of thing I want to work on before I embark on the next stage of my learn process. Websites made with WordPress. It’s going to be exciting. 🙂