Udacity provides online programming courses to help people advance their tech careers. Courses are offered on demand and allow students to work at their own pace. Courses are taught by employees of companies like Google, Facebook, and MongoDB and give students the chance to create fully functional apps that they can show to potential employers. The Udacity Course Catalog API enables developers to programmatically access all of Udacity's course information.
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The Udacity Ruby Sample Code by Udacity presents how to access catalogs, lists, and course titles along with their URLs.
Additional languages include PHP, Node.js, and Python. JQuery library also available.
The Udacity Node.js Sample Code by Udacity demonstrates access of catalogs, lists, and course titles along with their URLs.
PHP, Python, and Ruby languages available. JQuery library as an example as well.
The Udacity Python Sample Code by Udacity demonstrates how to access catalogs, lists, and course titles along with their URLs.
Additional languages include PHP, Node.js, and Ruby. JQuery library also available.