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Falcor 2
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3.1 Goodbye

I hope you’ve enjoyed learning more about the Falcor library and how it can change the way you think about creating APIs in your web applications. My name’s Derek Jensen, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.

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3.1 Goodbye

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for joining me on this journey into the world of Falcor. And before I leave you I would like to give you a few resources to help you continue to learn and stay up to date on all of the changes that are happening with Falcor, as it is a new and emerging JavaScript framework. To allow you to really take advantage of some very cool features while you are creating some APIs in your web applications. So obviously the first place to check for any sort of changes or documentation are going to be at Netflix.github.io/falcor. Where you can get a lot of introductory, guides, other videos, and API references to learn more about some of the features that are built into Falcor as we just kind of glossed over the surface of some of the basics in this course. You can also head over to the actual GitHub repo and take a look at some of the source code because Falcor is open source. So you can see how it's built, how it works, and even submit poll requests should you find any issues. If you were to also scroll down towards the bottom of the page, you'll also see some interesting getting started code snippets, so you can actually start to build some other interesting applications. But towards the bottom you'll also find some documentation on the URL used to retrieve the Falcor library. In this case, this is using the one that we used throughout this course which is coming from Netflix.github.io/falcor/build. Now the good thing about this is that it's always there and it's very easy to get access to for development purposes and to play around with the library a little bit. But if you ever get to the point where you want to push your code to production, it is highly recommended that you switch over to the CDN version, as you can see here. And just replace the version identifier here with whatever version is you would like to use or using whatever the latest and greatest version is. So just something to keep in mind. You can also find some very good additional resources down at the bottom of the page to take you to some more information. And any other open discussions and questions that are on Stack Overflow, always a very good resource. And finally, if you're interested in seeing more about the Falcor library as well as changes and maybe upcoming discussions either in person or online, you can also follow Falcor on Twitter. So I hope you have enjoyed this course as much as I have enjoyed giving it. And once again, my name is Derek Jensen, and I can't wait to see you next time.

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