Code School Brings Its Instructional Videos For Developers To iOS

“A community first, a business second.” We love that. Code School is rad.

TechCrunch

Code School, the online learning destination that grew out of founder Gregg Pollack’s longtime efforts in creating and sharing technical content with a developer audience, has now made the leap to mobile. With the new iOS application, developers can watch Code School’s over 300 instructional videos covering JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Ruby, iOS and Git as well as other popular developer tools, like Chrome Dev Tools, for example.

Much of the content in the new app is free, while those who subscribe to Code School’s premium product will be able to unlock all videos. The app, however, is meant to complement but not replace Code School’s online educational resource, which is where developers learn hands-on by coding in the browser while watching screencasts and other course videos.

A Community First, A Business Second

The idea for Code School came about through Pollack’s own interest in creating educational content for developers, which he began doing…

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