LYNDA Viewer by Gordon`

for LinkedIn Learning


 

It is a platform programmed with PHP7, HTML5, CSS3 and a little bit JavaScript (this platform also works with JavaScript disabled!). It allows you to watch ALL video courses in any language available from Linkedin Learning directly on this platform without being TRACKED all the time and without the need of reading never ending Terms, Policies and so on. You do not need an expensive abo to view the latest video courses published on the Linkedin Learning Platform, and you do not need to provide any payment method and whatsoever. All content accessible is provided for free and without charge. Anyone can use this platform because no logs are created, no IP's are recorded nor will Linkedin know at any time you ever were watching here and what.
The platform fetches various informations about a Linkedin Learning video course, like index, titles, chapters, video lengths, course/video-slugs, direct links to the videos, direct links to exercise files, and much more. All data is legally accessed and made available for anyone. But this is strictly against Linkedin Learning's Terms of Service but who cares LOLOLOLz0mgROFL!!!!!!!11
Go to linkedin.com/learning, choose a course and type in the URL of the course into the box. Alternatively a course slug.

Format:
https://www.linkedin.com/learning/ethical-hacking-enumeration?trk=trending-courses-card_learning_card_title

the slug would be ethical-hacking-enumeration
All HTML5 webbrowsers are supported on any operating system (Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, iOS, Amazon fireOS and even on Sony PS4, PSVita).
8 August 2020
Strip HTML tags from course- and video descriptions; improved Learning Path site
7 August 2020
Now with support for learning paths and video urls. The input box can recognize if the URL is videocourse, video or learning path. Entering slugs is also possible.
4 July 2020
Fixed metatags for correctly showing a preview of the site content (title-description-bannerimage) when the link to a course or video is posted on Facebook, Twitter, Discord, Telegram, and so on
21 June 2020
Corrected the way of getting the thumbnails presented on the video course index site. This was required because of Linkedin Learning API changes.

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