Great course, give me the challenge to test me with different scenarios out my comfort zone. Now I am really comfortable to plan my Capstone.\n\nThanks a lot guys !!!
Exciting course that connects all the previous course's materials together into a professional backdrop. Very rewarding and I can't wait to take the capstone!
By Maria J B V•
Excellent course :)
By Polad M•
I want more))
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By Maksym S•
This module is a very good addition to the specialisation.
In terms of sophistication of the meteor app it might be a step back, but it brings all the acquired knowledge and show how it can be put into a good use.
The examples of the sound and drawing app are great to demonstrated blending responsive app with media management, while blogging and data-driven web apps are pretty much, what the modern web is all about.
I did like the data driven app in particular, because it was just that cherry on a pie, that let me start the project that was from the beginning the very reason I did this specialisation.
Too bad the capstone project can only be joined with official admission to the specialisations, I would definitely enjoy to develop my "startup" up idea as a part of the guided education process.
And for now - compliments to the organisers of the course, it really can bring one from zero to ready-to-became-a-hero of the web-apps developments and myself - I'm off to learn more about d3.js and react.js ;)
By Brian D•
Not the best of the courses in this specialisation, but as all the rest had set the bar very high!! Still learnt a lot about Meteor and how to use database in different ways! Thank You.
By Stanislaw P•
The course is a little chaotic and did not meet the standards of the previous 4 courses. Still useful for learning some techniques, but mainly when writing the projects.
By Christos S•
Not very great examples provided but you certainly can still learn a lot. Also I disagree with using Vis.JS, it's a lousy library!
By William N•
Could have used a few more details on how to change to various other brushes (squares, circles, etc).
By Carlos C•
It is great, but, from my point of view, parts 1, 2, 3, 4 are a little better.
By Oscar J D•
Good explanaiton of how things work together
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By Dana N•
Not really a fan of Mick's way of teaching, he seems to have spent most of his time playing with the music or drawing app rather than explaining the features. I also think it would have been helpful to explain more about the purpose of Session.get for retrieving the features and plotting them into data. I think one of the issues with this is there aren't really many active folks on the discussion, so it is difficult to try to find a solution to problems you are having.
By Mahmoud I M A•
i thought the course is about showing us some examples of responsive web designs and how to make creative responsive websites as the title suggest
but the course is about 4 basic websites and how they are developed using meteor
it goes on describing how to code this stuff and how the code logic is written and add a little to the meteor learning experience
i suggest you change the title of the course to be what the course is really about
By George T•
Just showing examples of some good projects and their code at most part of the course .Also comparing Meteor with Wordpress is wrong and I don't think Meteor will reach Wordpress.After all they are different tools for different jobs.
By Victor W•
assignment made too easy and the starting files are not up to date with the last versions of meteor. It takes a while of search on the internet to fix or the errors.
By גלעד ג•
its not bad, but its not great either..
the teacher's passion for music may overcloud his jugment..
By Danilo C•
I wish they would have spent more time in some things that were conceptually hard to understand.
By Carlos L•
I would like that the examples were more related to science or economics, and updated it
By Priyam T•
It was quite fast
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By Randy R•
I found this course to be the least-useful of the specialization. Additionally, there are elements of the assignments that don't work and at one of the end-of-week quizzes (the 10-question quizzes) has a wrong answer: week 2, question 3. To top it all off, it took several weeks past the end of the course for my last two elements to be graded and for me to get a completion on the course.
By Dijup T•
It would have better if the talking and coding was at the same time so that we can see its relative changes, which we can see in previous course.