Issue #200 (Learning Tools)
The resource is called React Enlightenment by Cody Lindley, and it's available free online and as a downloadable e-book in the standard formats. Cody's written a number of different "enlightenment" guides, which are linked from the React Enlightenment home page, so you might already be familiar with some of his previous work.
Now on to this week's tools!
Courses and Video Series
Start from a blank folder and learn to build an application that encompasses everything you need to get started building production ready applications with React.
An in-depth video course to understand front-end performance & modern web dev workflows.
Mastering Responsive Typography
Everything you need to know to make web typography great in one short course.
A video training course to cure you of any fear of the terminal. For designers, new developers, UX, UI, product owners and anyone who's been asked to "just open the terminal".
Every lesson is broken down into approachable, step-by-step exercises that demonstrate the core concepts of Angular and how to apply them.
React Native Express
Learn React Native with interactive examples.
CSS Animations and Transitions
Master CSS Animations and Transitions the fun and easy way.
Interactive Learning Tools
A game for learning the features of the W3C's new Grid Layout Module.
A module to teach you how to module.
Learn to use the command line with these interactive exercises.
This is fairly useless, but somewhat addictive. Basically, you have to guess what app, tool, library, etc. the logo belongs to until you solve all 235 without getting one wrong. Somehow I did it.
Adventures with the Notifications API.
return true to win
Stop the incoming enemies from getting past your defenses using CSS flexbox features to position your towers.