@cytronicoder0Shipped out a "currently listening to" widget to my portfolio! Had lots of fun connecting my Spotify account to Next.js and working with access tokens.
I also connected Gitub to list out some of my projects on the site via Octokit.
@christina6950Next.js! Got started on my first website using Next.js . . . It may- or may not- be a project where I help the local library create a Legos Station for kids
@Raymond-U04DEFEPSES0Just shipped my new personal website out in the wild! raygoo.tech
This is like my 3rd design and I'm really happy with how this turned out and yes, it is written in svelte after switching from solid-start to nextjs and now finally on sveltekit. safe to say, I really enjoy svelte.
I think my design skills are improving slowly. Please let me know if there's any improvements I can make on the design aspect.
Full ugly source code: github.com/provsalt/provsalt
@lachlanjc0Presenting my latest project, Decarbonize: The Game! It’s an interactive game with laser-cut pieces & iPad/Next.js software. You’re in control of the electric grid for 50 years: build out solar, wind, natural gas, & goal to explore the effects on carbon emissions & energy prices. Thanks @matthew for filming.@reesericci0day 9/10 for #10-days-in-public: I learned about next.js api routes for the obl.ong backend
@adelly130day 8 of #10-days-in-public! i built and deployed the first version of my personal website which was built with next.js and tailwind css today using vercel! still need to fix up the meta data, but so happy everything is coming together!
@maggie0day 7 of #10-days-in-public -- launched #epoch-satellites in the slack & sent out emails for #epoch-ba (that unfortunately landed in :spam: 😭)
also got nextjs conf swag a few days ago but forgot to post
@toby0heyy everyone!! here's my update for day 3 of #10-days-in-public!! today, i worked a bit on the api, and started using next.js' dynamic api routing! i'll post a video update when i get it finished :D
(p.s, i was messing around with stable diffusion 2, and here's one of the images it generated!) (and one more thing - here are some of the highlights from my apple music replay!)
@adelly130day 1/10 of #10-days-in-public!
working on building my personal website using next.js and tailwind css! today, i set up the repo and put in a rough sketch of the homepage that i had designed on figma a few weeks prior! first time using next.js and tailwind css in combination, so still getting used to everything 😄
@zrl0Day 9/10 of #10-days-in-public! I’ve been working to rebuild zachlatta.com, and I finally put the new site online! I moved it from beta.zachlatta.com to zachlatta.com, added indicators of the modification & creation dates, and linked to the GitHub repo from the homepage.
It’s still pretty basic and I’m pretty new to Next.js / modern web dev in general, but I’m proud of getting it to this point and excited to continue iterating on it after the 10 day challenge! At some point I still want to add some sort of streak mechanism…
@rajanagarwal0day 8/10 — was really busy today with school and scholarships, so didn’t get too much done. sent out a bunch of emails to meet with professionals and potential customers — for now, enjoy this video of a now-optimized knowledge graph that works in nextjs now!@tinu0day 8 of #10-days-in-public! can't believe there's only 2 days left. Today, I drafted a landing page for my app grade melon using tailwind. I used framer motion for staggered slide in animations (not shown here). Still not sure how I wanna layout the images.
@zrl0Day 7/10 for #10-days-in-public! I’ve been rebuilding zachlatta.com, with the current work-in-progress version of the site live at beta.zachlatta.com. I was out sick again today, but I wanted to make at least some progress on the site.
I focused on rewriting the code that pulls the files and their contents from github.com/zachlatta/public-notes into the Next.js codebase for static page generation. I was successfully able to get it to pull all of the files - including through all the subfolders - with the screenshotted code. From there, I then added support for notes in subfolders using catch-all routes from Next.js’s dynamic routing.
Next steps: I want to add more metadata to the generated pages, like last edited time / created time. I also want to add a better way to discover notes from my homepage - maybe a tree view of all the notes, and some sort of way to see the 3 most recently modified notes? Excited about the progress so far!
@Andrew0Day 6 of #10-days-in-public
I worked on turning the figma mockup into a next app, (its not done yet so it looks pretty bland)I also plan to use framer tomorrow or on day 8 to implement an animation on “Redis” to switch it out with other text (postgres, kafka) etc
I also got around to making a mockup for the web dashboard (work in progress), id appreciate any feedback.
i also want to add running databases to this mockup soon, most likely tomorrow 🙂
@Andrew0Day 5 of #10-days-in-public I modified our current landing page to fit our color scheme which is pretty basic for now, I’m going to turn the figma mock-up into a real site so i can be deploy it tonight. I’m going to use nextjs and cf pages :)
Also I’d love to get feedback on the landing page or what can be improved, I’m not good at figma so id appreciate it 🤞.
other than this I didn’t do that much work on my project, although tomorrow I plan to get a lot done.
@zrl0Day 2/10 of #10-days-in-public! I’m working to rebuild my personal website, zachlatta.com, over the next 10 days with the key new feature being the ability to render content from a subset of my notes in Obsidian.
Today I focused on getting the script I wrote to separate out my Obsidian notes into a separate repo deployed to a server and running every 15 seconds. I ran into some tricky issues around authentication, but got it working! All the public notes are now being pushed to github.com/zachlatta/public-notes.
Next step is to build out the new Next.js site to render those notes on zachlatta.com in a nice clean way. I’m also thinking of adding some sort of GitHub commit chart-esque visual to the new site, and perhaps a streak mechanism too.@tinu0day 1/10 of #10-days-in-public!!! I worked on making my student vue client grade melon mobile responsive with tab navigation at the bottom
@jc0I rewrote my blog using Next.js, MongoDB, and Sass with Chakra UI! Located at jianminchen.com. Also, the video is super neat, it was done entirely on my phone!@cfanoulis2day 2: finished moving stuff back to nextjs (sorry redwood!), and now we finally have a working api with 99% less bureaucracy!
time to make the frontend for this (aka, read on animation. eugh)
@ella0I re-wrote my website again and added a Guestbook which uses Prisma and Postgres.
@christina6950Cloned @sarthak Perfect files on GitHub, and worked on a site using Vercel/NextJS. Thanks @abby for the slideshow tutorial!
@ian0:conflict: Working more on the website! conflict-website-v2.vercel.app Today I did some more stuff with eslint and next.js which is cool. I also learned that the alt text of an image gets copied when you select it with other text.
@robert0Got next.js and cloudflare set up for my (first actual) website!
@aaryan0Redis x Next.js full stack app in making! It'll be a car database with instant full text search!
Making this with the help of fireship.io's article.
I think I'm starting to like redis, it's fast and fun to work with :redis: :)
@aaryan0Working on my url shortening service!
Starting with Nextjs 12's new Edge functions and redis, but plan to go even further and try to make it distributed highly scalable with no collision guaranteed!PS. I don't know which domain to use, lmk if ya have a short url and can lend a subdomain xD
@aaryan0Making progress on my mobile first nextjs tailwind portfolio website! Making this website has been very rewarding and I think I really like using tailwind!
Today i just finished my navbar ✨
@j_cordz7+So today, it looks like Vercel hosted sites are allowed again on my internet, which was very odd on the first place why they got blocked, anyways, today I worked on my projects, my workshop translation an read a few things about Vue and Nuxt.js as alternatives to React and Next.js, so I will be deciding this days on what to focus to learn better next!
@j_cordz7+Today I worked again on translating the next Hack Club workshop, started setting up again a CSS customization for my scrapbook and check a bit of React and Next.js which I will be learning in order to use them on my projects! Also started considering Vercel as a deploy choice to some of my projects as an addition to Netlify, which I will be also using with some of them later on.
@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
@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!
@syn0Just finished making a website for my friend! Made with Next.js, TypeScript, and TailwindCSS. ctt.cx@rajanagarwal0had to rebuild the entire thing for obvious reasons ~ nextjs ftw lol