@avi0built the beginning of my website on next.js! just gotta fix some stupid alignment/responsiveness issues before moving on to the next part. i do have a lot of annoying homework and finals prep to do though, so i'll probably have to pause rn until finals are over :P
It's not the best, but it's an awesome progress in my coding journey.
My own personal website and portfolio is still in dev, and there's nothing to share about it yet because I still have to figure out the total tools I will use on it, so today's workshops are Orpheus Hack Club Website which needs some improvement and Splatter Paint. Also, my other project about GitHub that I was also talking about in my scrapbook is finally setting up an organization for my Science Club and Hack Club and redesigning my high school website which will be a great project to test my abilities! And finally, today I started researching some Raycast extensions, so most likely I won't see my apps dock that often.
@J_cordz7+Today I worked more on my personal website workshop, started building a database on Obsidian, started to build my personal notebook with this Next.js theme and got to learn a few more things here on the club.
@J_cordz7+Today I went to Next.js Conf and also continue on my coding journey to keep learning HTML and CSS!
@Yoda1:nodejs: api-pathmaker is a module(ish?) that I made to write less code when you’re implementing an API in Node.js. It lets you model the request in object format and then make the request without having to define everything with an http library. I made it because I was tired of having to use a random API just for a few requests (for example, getting cat pictures) and the API doesn’t have a library, but you still want clean code.
It’s kind of a mini-ship and it’s part of a larger project I’m making.
GitHub & Download: github.com/yodaLightsabr/api-pathmaker
@Yoda1Medium-sized ship!! :shipitparrot: 🚢
I just published an NPM package for logging in Node.js. I always thought that the console was boring and that it was hard to find what I needed, so I started working on Stump.js. The finished version has support for enabling/disabling debug mode as well as Discord webhook support.
:github: GitHub: github.com/YodaLightsabr/stumpjs:npm: NPM: www.npmjs.com/package/stump.js
@J_cordz7+Here's my Next.js Conf ticket, it didn't load properly on my previous post, anyways, what is important is that I finish my Hello-World GitHub Guides Activity!
Looking forward to complete more difficult challenges with time, including Hack Club Workshops!
@J_cordz7+I sign up for Next.js Conf!
Looking forward to the talks, let’s see what I can learn from there, also wanted to share my ticket!
So... In other things, I'm also going to start taking the Hack Club Workshops!
They are the perfect opportunity to start building projects and learn by making, I hope to start making some progress, and then I will share what I have accomplished!!!
@aaryan0Learnt a lot about Kubernetes, tried my hand on kubeadm, created my own highly available cluster (with one master - one worker architecture).
Gonna deploy a node.js webserver on it and try to benchmark it soon!
@caleb1interesting stuff that happened today:
• I randomly got Xcode 13 (and it has Vim mode)
• gadzooks.me now uses Next.js ~🤮~
• I won a :pop-os: coaster(???)
@pranav0Excited for all the awesome talks at Next.js Conf
@ella0yay, my PR for hackclub/v3 got merged today. i rewrote the bank page in Next.js + theme-ui (formerly running on Gatsby and styled jsx). it took me a while, but i learned a lot. s/o to sam for helping me and reviewing my code!
@av0Make a design for a starter Project I want to make, to learn :js: better 🙂
@ArcadeWise0🚢 Micro-ship time!
My family just got a new TV, and it has Samsung TV, so we wanted to remember the channels. And me, being a hacker, over-engineered a solution! Presenting: tv.raleighwi.se, it uses Next.js, with a JSON file for info, and blocks.css for prettyness.
@taylorylee0KWK Week One: It’s the end of week one! It has truly been a blast being part of a community who hypes each other up in the comments, codes, and is just supportive overall. We reviewed HTML, CSS, and JS concepts. Along with what we learn, we do projects during our Night Hacks every day. I experimented with grayscale to color for a photo gallery project! (Photo credits to CODAME) ✨
@Yoda1Making a Discord bot for my club in Node.js!
@harbar20210been working on converting my discord bot Porygon from js to ts for the past week. this is what my file structure currently looks like. it's really fun and i'm learning a lot about TypeScript, Prisma, and PostgreSQL.
@sampoder0Built a voting system for Student Council elections using :supabase: Supabase & :nextjs: Next.js :D
:github: : github.com/sampoder/gwa-votes@Yoda1Using Python + Node.js to automate keyboard shortcuts on Windows - I'm hoping to use this in Zoom meetings and have a physical button for muting/unmuting.
@Yoda1Just made a volunteer hour tracking system and course signup website for my local hack club using Node.js and Bootstrap.
@Sarthak0Built a simple 2D water ripple visualizer in p5.js today!