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Apps and Tiny Tools

By | 2018-04-13

In 2016, I set myself on a mission to better understand modern frameworks and JavaScript. It's been a rewarding journey—completing the freeCodeCamp Front-End certification, working through a round and a half of #100DaysOfCode and participating in a 12-week bootcamp through Montana Code School. Here are some of the web applications I've created along the way.

Game of Life

Game of Life

The "Game of Life" is a small game based on a formula that determines whether a square is "alive" or "dead" based on its number of neighbors.

React

Recipe App

Recipe Collector

A collection of delicous recipes--browse or add your own. The first five recipes are protected so they can't be deleted or modified.

ReactMongoDb

Escape from Toy Factory

Escape from Toy Factory

A lot of fun putting together this JavaScript challenge--and it still has a little way to go! Supercharge your player by collecting a paintbrush to help you defeat tiny animated Panda sprites.

React

Patatap

Patatap

Using your keyboard (or random touches for mobile support), the Patatap game will play a cacophony of sounds.

Paper.JS

Javascript 30 with Wes Bos

JavaScript 30 with Wes Bos

An ever-growing collection of code challenges from Wes Bos's JavaScript 30.

JavaScript

Little Apps

These small applications range from fun games to small applications utilizing APIs across the web. Tools include SVG, D3, React and plain ol’ JavaScript.

See the Pen FCC: Visualize Data with a Bar Chart (D3) by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Pomodoro Clock by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Simon Game (SVG) by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Random Quote by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Build a Markdown Previewer by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Calculator by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen FCC: Camper Leaderboard by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

Tiny Tools

Once in awhile, I make tiny tools to make my life easier. Here are a couple.

See the Pen List to Comma-Separated Line by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

See the Pen Inches to CM Mass Converter by Jeanine (@virtual) on CodePen.

Want to see more? Follow me on GitHub — @virtual

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