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Showcase Your Projects: Overview

In this section, you’re going to build out the projects app so that it can show not just some HTML text but also the projects that you’re going to put in there.

Before you get started, make sure you’ve completed all of the tasks you needed to in the previous section. You’re going to learn about models and interactions with a database.

Comments & Discussion

reblark on Nov. 1, 2019

Starting yesterday, the videos won’t load when I click on the start arrow. I get an infinitely swirling circle. I can make it work by clicking a few seconds forward on the progress bar. But, it is annoying.

Dan Bader RP Team on Nov. 1, 2019

@reblark: Check out our video player troubleshooting article :)

bi7je on Jan. 16, 2020

I already forgot half of what we learned in the previous sections.. Thats kind of a recurring problem for me. I keep forgetting :/

Great course though

Martin Breuss RP Team on Jan. 17, 2020

That’s just part of the learning process @bi7je. Sadly, learning something doesn’t yet mean that we’ll remember it. Remembering actually needs quite a lot of training and repetition, that’s just how it is

Go back over the course content again, and build the app a second time (and a third time). Eventually it’ll stick. And don’t beat yourself up about it, it’s perfectly normal to forget things, and the only way out of that is practice and repetition.

reblark on March 9, 2020

This is excellent advice and should be shared with everybody who thinks they want to learn any kind of programming. It’s a frustrating thing, and a setup for failure, to believe that you should remember everything the first, and generally only, time through. If it worked that way, there would be a lot of great piano players out there.

Martin Breuss RP Team on March 9, 2020

Exactly! Learning anything new is a lot about practice and repetition! 🎹🖥📝🏄‍♀️.......

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