@cfanoulis0#10-days-in-public :10daysinpublic: DAY1/10 - STK1
Day 1 started with sprinkling some love on the new scrapbook clubs page 👀 I've missed working with redwood tbqh. Screenshot starring @clairebookworm
@sampoder5day 4 of #10-days-in-public! double-scrap today!
:redwoodjs: first up, i worked on #scrapbook-dev to add the ability to add it your account. I learnt more about Redwood’s auth implementation and GraphQL directives in RedwoodJS.
:sprig-dino: second up, i made small little Sprig game: editor.sprig.hackclub.com/?file=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hackclub/sprig/main/games/catch_orpheus.js. was super fun, made it during my workshops at sego lily hacks!
also did some more stuff that’s stirring up in #epoch-bts….. join us!@sampoder5:redwoodjs::graphql: More RedwoodJS & GraphQL exploration for #scrapbook-dev! Today I was exploring filtering within a query which led me down the rabbit hole of arguments and then resolvers… but here we are. I really feel like the more I try out these small things, the more comfortable I feel with the whole system in general which is fun :D@sampoder5🌲 More adventures in the Redwoods! Have been learning the ropes of GraphQL by creating a rough posting system for #scrapbook-dev :D Something I found really hard was limiting updating & deleting, which I finally managed to work out tonight using Redwood’s Directives system: redwoodjs.com/docs/directives and some wonderful help from @tejasag.
We really need to jazz up this form…. I’ll post a bit more in #scrapbook-dev soon!@Lucas7+redwoodJS stickers have arrived!
@sampoder5Hark! Hark! You hear the calling of a hummingbird. You follow it, into the redwoods and it guides you towards #scrapbook-dev
There you find a campfire with hackers gathered around it. They speak of a mysterious Scrapbook… one created for artists at a hackathon, creatives at a club, adventurers on the Slack & more. You approach them curious to learn more…
This is the semester, where we, the Hack Clubbers, shall come together to create a new Scrapbook for the entire community, with a focus on a magical experience for clubs & hackathons. With this, Scrapbook will become the home of everything made in Hack Club.
Such a feat can not be achieved by one or two Hack Clubbers, so I call on you, Hack Clubber, to join us #scrapbook-dev as we paint the future of Scrapbook. We need Hack Clubbers with thoughts, opinions, ideas, and people to make this a reality. It’ll be made in RedwoodJS, so join me in that learning journey too! ❤️
I had a go at figuring out server-side data fetching from an external REST API, though I couldn’t quite figure out the method they outlined in their reference docs with a GraphQL intermediary. I’ll probably give it another shot tomorrow.
@sampoder5Today, I tried out :redwoodjs:RedwoodJS for the first (I’m planning to start using it in a new project!).
As I was playing around, I made this small website that housed a collection of dinosaur images! It was interesting messing around with Redwood’s generators & how Redwood uses Prisma.
🌲 Into the redwoods I go...
@cfanoulis0day 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)
@ella2I alsogot a PR merged in redwoodjs/redwood fixing a minor error in the documentation. github.com/redwoodjs/redwood/pull/5352
Additionally, I walked around campus before class today and watched the cows. (There are no cows or redwood trees in this picture, unfortunately.)