06-26-2021 01:05 PM
Writing a class in Python.
Do I have to place the class code in a public git repo?
Or does Udemy have a way to serve code just to enrolled students?
06-28-2021 04:15 PM
Hi @BillyRogers150, thank you for your question! Udemy supports coding exercises. We have an interactive tool that instructors can add to their courses. With this tool, students can enter code directly onto the page and run the function without switching programs or screens. You can learn more about it here.
Hope that helps! If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to ask!
06-28-2021 04:35 PM
Thanks Bella. Coding exercises are good to know about.
But what I was hoping was that I could give them a complete notebook file filled with python code they could download before a topic then go through on their own machines as I am talking.
06-29-2021 09:45 AM
Thanks for clarifying @BillyRogers150! You can accomplish this by adding the Phyton files as Resources to your course Lectures. You can learn more about this in this support article.
08-07-2022 03:07 PM
Per the support article, "for development courses, only Python and Ruby files can be uploaded at this time. " I thinking it is OK to link to a public GIT repository.
Is that OK per UDEMY guidelines?
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