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Express.js FAQ Express is a JavaScript web application framework that allows you to start and configure a server with very little overhead and instead focus on the important work of defining server behavior. This forum category covers the FAQs on Codecademy’s Express.js exercises. Amazon Alexa FAQ Alexa is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Amazon, first used in the Amazon Echo and now used across a range of smart devices. Anyone can develop new skills for Alexa, this forum category covers FAQs on the Codecademy courses that teach you how. CSS FAQ CSS is the primary language that provides style to HTML webpages. This forum category covers FAQs on exercises in Codecademy’s CSS courses. HTML FAQ HTML FAQ here. HTML is the language that provides structure to webpages. This forum category covers FAQs on the Codecademy HTML courses. JavaScript FAQ JavaScript is an essential web technology, adding interactivity to the structure and style of HTML and CSS. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on JavaScript. Angular.js FAQ Angular.js is a JavaScript-based, open-source, front-end web application framework that is incredibly popular among developers. This category contains the most frequently asked questions about Codecademy’s Angular courses. Git FAQ Git is an essential tool for saving and managing different versions of your code projects. This category contains the most frequently asked questions about Codecademy’s Git courses. General Coding FAQ This category is for guides and helpful resources on programming topics in general where they are not otherwise covered by the language or course-specific guide categories. Command Line FAQ Command line is a powerful and precise mouse-free tool for interacting with a computer; it is often deemed near-essential for accomplishing advanced coding tasks. This forum category covers the content of Codecademy’s command line courses. Make & Deploy a Website FAQ Once you have learned some HTML & CSS, you’ll be able to build and deploy a website. This forum category covers FAQs on the Codecademy courses that teach you how. SQL FAQ SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard data-management language, enabling you to communicate with databases. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on SQL. Python FAQ Python is a widely used, high-level, powerful programming language, with a wide range of uses from web development to data science. Sites like YouTube, Reddit, and Dropbox are powered by Python. This forum category covers FAQs on the Codecademy courses on Python. React.js FAQ React.js is an efficient and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on React. Sass FAQ Sass is an extension of CSS that helps you to keep things organized through nested rules, variables, and more, allowing you to create stylesheets faster. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on Sass. Java FAQ Java has been one of the world’s most popular programming languages for over twenty years, favored in particular by large businesses for its reliability, compatibility, and performance at scale. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on Java. Ruby FAQ Ruby is a general purpose programming language designed to be easy to use. Ruby powers sites like AirBnb and Codecademy, and is the basis of the incredibly popular Ruby on Rails framework. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on Ruby. Node.js FAQ Node.js is an open source server framework for executing JavaScript code server-side. This forum category covers the FAQs on Codecademy’s Express.js exercises. IBM Watson FAQ Watson is a powerful question answering computer system built by IBM that is capable of answering questions posed in natural language. It is possible for anyone to harness the potential of IBM Watson through its API – this category covers the Codecademy course that teaches you how. jQuery FAQ jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML - it is the fastest and easiest way to add interactivity and animation to your website. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on jQuery. Rails FAQ Ruby on Rails is a web application framework working with the language Ruby, enabling developers to quickly and easily develop web applications. This forum category covers the Codecademy courses on Ruby on Rails. C++ C++ is a very popular language for performance-critical applications that need to run fast and manage memory very efficiently. C++ is used widely in many different industries including game development, software engineering, and scientific computing. Codecademy FAQ This category contains information about how to use Codecademy. To contact our support team, visit our help center. Uncategorized This category is a staging ground for our new FAQs. Career FAQ This forum category covers career-related content on the Codecademy platform. C# C# is an object-oriented, general-purpose language created by Microsoft in 2000. C# is highly versatile, and can be used to create a ton of projects, including but not limited to mobile apps, cloud-based services, enterprise software, and games. This forum category covers the content of Codecademy’s C# courses. R The R language is widely used among statisticians and data miners for developing statistical software and data analysis. This forum category covers the content of Codecademy’s R courses. PHP PHP is a general purpose language originally created for web development. This forum category covers the content of Codecademy’s PHP courses.
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