New Features & Changes
Codecademy, the education company that specializes in teaching web development skills through interactive coding challenges, has released an update to its platform.
The update also includes many bug fixes, such as the bug that prevented users from uploading certain files.
The update also includes a new dashboard that displays analytics and user metrics, including the number of students, the number of courses, and the number of projects completed.
Improvements to existing features:
The update includes improvements to existing features, such as the site’s code editor.
The editor now features a new design, with improved syntax highlighting, improved code completion, improved code foldability, and many other features.
Changes to existing features:
The update includes changes to existing features, such as the site’s courses.
The site now has a new design for courses, with a clear layout and improved navigation.
The site now includes a new feature called "Skill Quests" that allows students to follow a series of courses to learn a new topic, such as HTML or Python.
The update also includes changes to the site’s instructors. Instructors can now upload materials for courses, create courses, and view analytics for courses. Instructors can also create Skill Quests. The update also includes changes to the site’s learners. The update also includes changes to the site’s organization. Instructors can now create, update, manage, and delete courses.