Today the SWC Editor released today on Students Who Code, it is an HTML/CSS/JS editor that allows users to code right on the website if they choose.
Also most of the courses were updated with new information and clearer instructions.
I'm gonna try to get @scrappy to react with as many emojis as possible, for no particular reason.
Lol after making friends with some hack clubbers, my github feed has now been contaminated by the unholy sea JS. There's only 1 last good sign of civilization (even though I hate the qloader project itself).
Fusion is a real-time disposable editor using which you can start learning front-end technology including HTML, CSS, JS with any YouTube tutorial of your choice in a single tab instead of a code
editor and two browser windows like a memory hog.
Project is open-sourced at github.com/the-domecode
Fun day at the beach, LOTS of ppl, everyone pretty much social distanced? Took a pic of my shadow lol. Had some fun on hack night and heard @cp’s ~rambles~ great thoughts! Super chill day today, moving pretty quick on my project 😁 . created #winston for my rambles, thoughts, and ideas lol so join if u want! Coded some more stuff w php, html, and some js.
Got a bunch of work done today:
• Got a Footer finally figured out for Students Who Code 🎉
• Worked on a new page for Students Who Code 👀
• Continued to learn next.js
• Making a portfolio using next to work on skills
• Also joined the All-Hands call for hack clubs this year! :hack_club:
Built something that I'm really proud of, part of me learning Next.js and being insanely bored in class (common topic in parent teachers, Sam looks very bored and needs to stop "multitasking").
Displays the date from the Economist Intelligence Unit's democracy index in a nicer more human way, i hope you enjoy :D each country has their own page as well, plus there are categories
It's on GitHub at: github.com/sampoder/democracy :D
It's Arts Week next week at school and it'll be a lot different to normal :(
This week's theme, however, is collaboration. So I wanted to create a platform that let students share their artwork and take inspiration from other's artworks! Meet the Collaboration Hub: collab-hub.vercel.app!
It's going to be used next week for people to share their art, and for people to take a look at their art! People can "remix" art which is when they build on top of another person's art work or take inspiration from some art :))
built with next.js and geist-ui again lol... this was my first site using props (i actually built the above one after this but the Arts teachers took a while ahahahaha). also heavily inspired by scrapbook
I released some new things on Students Who Code today: a new style feature on the login page and added a new user project on the Featured Projects.
I also finally started learning next.js! Been wanting to for a while and this weekend I plan to really focus on it.
Servo controlled by Arduino, which is controlled by Raspberry Pi Zero W, which listens to Firebase Realtime Database. The database contains information whether to move the servo or blink a LED. The database updated by a few lines of JS code. Repo here ---> github.com/bartekpacia/chariot-rc
created a small little thing that automatically takes what on my clipboard, creates a short link, and copies that to my clipboard. Needed to be able to run this with Alfred, so I experimented with a bunch of different stuff and it was a pain, but finally got it working in the end. Here’s the repo: go.srsh.link/aBwJR9. My explanation of it was kinda botched, but I’ll add more info to the readme soon.