@J_cordz7+First post of the day! 🎉 🥇 I'm currently making a Hack Club PR :pr: thanks to @jessicard! 👀 And as well I've been trying to get better at editing code directly from the in-browser Web Development Tools! Here's a Hack Club :hack-club: website design I did in Spanish! :mexicoparrot:
@ian0you can now deploy conflict to vercel! :conflict::vercel:
only issue is that you just get this generic debug response
@celeste0every celeste destroys and rebuilds itself. every celeste undergoes a process of rebirth. they always transcend their present form
@ian0Slack Bot Ship 🚢
@CodeBot-U03D7LR2607 runs code from over 200 languages using Piston right from Slack.
To run code, make a code snippet, or send a message with the language you want to use, followed by a codeblock to run.
Try it out in #run-code! Instructions are pinned :tw_pushpin:.
View it on GitHub: github.com/YodaLightsabr/slack-run-code
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80Wrote a new shader thing, this time to look hand-drawn
could make a cool coaster or something who knows
Also make a Lorem-Ipsum style text generator, that takes text as input and spits out similar text. The output is meaningless, but at a glance looks like it makes sense. Basically picture 1-Dimensional Wave-Function-Collapse algorithm for text
I don't have any output on me, as I'm typing this in Chinese class right now
@ArcadeWise4Hai! I am here to ship the notification system of the future! git.sr.ht/~arcade/notification-center Is a project I have been creating to make use of my old kindle. It is a “notification aggregator” of sorts, it pulls from my mac and my mastodon and uses a custom deduplication database middleware!
@belle0hey fwens :hyper-dino-wave:
hope your week is going well!! today my school had an optional wellbeing day for "exam students" where we had yoga, hiking, breathing exercises sessions etc. and it was pretty awesome!! the most interesting thing i learned was how to let go of thoughts that are unproductive... like if i'm working on smth and suddenly start worrying about another thing, that doesn't do me any good so i can just let that thought go. also, worked on updating the hack club team page today and did some business exam prep by doing active recall of different units!
(umm not sure what photo to add so here's a ss of this week's notion to do list page, i make a different cover each week and this week i felt like i needed some peace and magic)
@AaditAmbadkar-U02QSPVUP3M0Today I got GoLang to work (FINALLY). I managed to link my school account to my gmail via github student dev pack, and linked that to jetbrains, etc etc. I'm going to design the specs of the project which I want to make, so stay tuned for that. I'll post more frequent updates in my channel, #audit-an-aadit. Also, huge thanks to @Ishan for literally saving me $89/year.
@ian0A Wordle clone ship! 🚢 :emojile::shipitparrot:
Earlier today I attended @heyrajan’s Build Your Own Wordle workshop where I made my own Wordle clone and decided to make it with Hack Club Slack emojis. I used @BenjaminSmith’s Hack Club emoji API to get a list of emojis and display then once you solve it. I also added the same animations as the original Wordle because it was driving me crazy :eggsdee:. There are definitely a lot of bugs but that also means there are a lot of features :cooll-thumbs:. My score for today is in the 🧵.
Try today’s :emojile:Emojile:emojile.dino.icu ~and post your score in #wordle!~
:github: GitHub: github.com/yodalightsabr/emojile
@karolina0probably one of my favorite little projects... a snake-based work in progress
@heyrajan0In light of the new year, I thought I would design a new website that reflects on a new mindset: practicality & actionability. After 3 different design choices & changes, I found something that I thought was a profound demonstration of my work.
Check it out: heyrajan.com
Open Source: github.com/rajanwastaken/rajanwastaken
Would love to hear any feedback! Still working on the story page, as well as a couple links to socials :))
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80My great uncle (was batshit crazy) Thought he had the secret to renewable energy/fusion or something by using water. I got my hands on his 28 page paper on it, + patent. He never got anywhere with it, and thought that big oil companies were going to kill him or something. Looking to be an interesting read, and if anybody wants I can scan it to post the whole thing. There's real math in it, and he was a smart person. So yeah, I'll give it a read and post what I find
@ella0Wahoo, I made a little thing inspired by Vaporwave (which I found out about from@clairebookworm’s pfp)@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 ✨
@heyrajan0I wanted to learn how to build my own search engine, but didn't like the speed of web scrapers and the deployment of most alternatives. When I came across the search API, it hit me: let's build Google with Google. Well, moogle to be precise :cow-face:
Using the Google Search API and a few hacky solutions, I just published the Custom Search Engine workshop!! vv excited to see what other hack clubbers make :hyperfastparrot:
The best part about this workshop is customization! if CSS is your jam, then this is perfect to make something that you love. i would love any feedback, or just to see what y'all come up with!!
@ella0I made a really janky font based off of the letters on the Hack Club banner/flag. It's missing several special characters though :P
To download: OTF / TTF
@caleb2Made a little :resolute: demo with Alpine.js!@BenjaminSmith7+For #codejelly I made reflection editor, a self-hosting web code editor. This means that it edits its own code, and runs everything entirely in the browser using service workers and IndexedDB!
Try it out here (only works in Chromium):
:twglobewith_meridians: : reflection-editor.netlify.app:github: : github.com/Merlin04/reflection@ella0Tried to animate a thing. It's rough. :yay-toitle:
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80After years of battle, I have won. I fucking hate our school's website restrictionss
I found a way to get past the school firwall, and site blocker at once, without using random unblocked games sites AAAAAAAAA
made it into a website for people at school and stuff definitely gonna get in trouble
@ian0Today I made Qoogle (Quicker google), which is a chrome extension that adds keybinds for navigating google search. You can use keys 1-9 to select results, and W/S to go up/down on the page. github.com/YodaLightsabr/qoogle
@ian0Making a polite programming language, that you can talk to just like a human
@ArcadeWise4AM BACK Y'ALL AND I HAVE A TON OF STUFF LIKE THIS IM LEARNIN HASKELL
@cwi0Got on hacker news for the first time! :partyparrot_explode:
@ian0When I first started using Replit, I hated how I could only have 5 always-on repls. I found UptimeRobot, which was okay, but I had to log in and configure something every time I made a new repl. I think Replit is a great way to host small projects like websites or bots, and I wanted an easier way to keep them online. So, I bring you ReplAwake.
To use it, you just click a link and add your repls into .replconfig. ReplAwake handles the rest! You can add more at any time right from within Replit.
You can see it at
:github: GitHub: github.com/yodalightsabr/replawake:replit: Live Version: replawake.yodacode.repl.co:fork: Start an instance: replit.com/github/yodalightsabr/replawake
@rishi0🎉 club ship club ship club ship
:turner: last friday, @heyrajan and i hosted the first hack club meeting at turner fenton for this year! after months of weird bureaucratic idiocy, we got clearance to use the largest makerspace at school—and we filled it up right to the brim!
after a couple days of stickering, we got hundreds of signups and invited everyone to lunch inside the robotics room, where we played a ton of glass animals w/ projectm visualizers on the walls and introduced everyone to the world of hacking ✨
we also got a fair bit of people onto the slack (where we’ll be doing most of our club stuffs); check out #turner and @turner-hackers! club season hasn’t officially started at our school yet, so i was pretty stunned to see the turnout we got—i’m so so so hyped for the next lil bit :parrot_love: you can find a compilation of photos & moments on twitter :))
❤️ happy hacking, homies~
@deven0Non Technical Ship :shipitparrot:
I’m ridiculously proud of building this lmfao- This truss bridge is built just with regular candy sticks and glue, and took 3 entire days to build from scratch.
We broke the all time high record of 80 pounds cos dis bad boy sustained a total load of 99.2 pounds (45 kgs). It was really fun to do this just after we had completed an entire section of material science and mechanics :peefest:
@J_cordz7+Yesterday's Hack Night with @TheRealR1ke, @e-lee-za, @courtney and @ZaynB was super fun!
In other things, today there isn't any significant coding progress, just a lot of more homework done, still, I managed to paint a bit again, maybe i'll start posting art/drawings to my scrapbook too!
@ian0: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