@cwi0Made a terminal video player! It’s not even close to done yet, but it should work out to being an entire youtube clone.@kayley0KWK Day 5: It is the end of my first week of the mobile app development camp! Learned more about segues and view controllers, and I am still working on my Project 2. We also started getting into teams for our final project, due next week. I also successfully rickrolled my class — screenshots of chat below — so I think it is safe to say that today was a very good day. I did not have the chance to work on anything Swift related tonight, so here is the timelapse from yesterday night.@msw0@kayley asked me to make an orpheus rick roll animation, so last night i made it: youtu.be/jGXJxSwRoOg. just so there's no surprise, the video is a rick roll. it's not trimmed much though, so you'll have to wait through some of the setup.
@matthew1After lots of struggling, Scrappy is finally off of Next.js and is now its own Express app. The code looks mostly the same, but now hopefully it'll stop crashing.
I tested this as much as I could before merging into the real scrappy, but admittedly I didn't test every feature (only a few basic ones, like posting and some commands). So if you run into any issues with scrappy, please let me know so that I can look into it 🙌 :scrappy::scrappyparrot:
@Khushraj0Made my scrapbook fully interactive using ONLY CSS with a bit of help from @sampoder. Check it out! (Scrappy will link it in the thread)
@sampoder0made a rick rolling thing! you fill out the form and it gives you a call with the rick roll + a little ad for the event (read on)…. i made it with next.js and nexmo
the idea is that we’ll have these qr codes all over the school (we have permission, its going to be like cloudy with a chance of meatballs but qr codes instead of food)
ignore the fact that the screen recorder doesnt pick up the call sound, trust me it does work@hkatzdev0Busy with school today, so here is my amazing rick roll attempt
@caleb1Wanna rickroll your website's viewers? Enter rick.js, a zero-dependency, 25 line JS library designed to make disguising links easy. :rickroll: