Front-End Development Certifications x2

  Two more freeCodeCamp certifications completed, with one more at 70%. Responsive Web Design JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures And although I’m only at 37% with Harvard’s CS50W: Web Programming with Python and JavaScript, and 23% with Google’s ‘Master web development’ courses (via Udemy), I’m considering running through another Vue series (via Laracasts), being the

Character Counts V2

The Chrome Web Extension “Character Counts” has been updated. Current Features: 1. Count the number of selected characters on a page. 2. Convert an ASCII(char) string* between normal ASCII, ASCII (Int), and Binary. * A string is represented by characters, words, and/or entire sentences. New Feature: 1. Choose if your conversion input (source) string is

I··C··D··O··T··S (––and––lines––)

I··C··D··O··T··S··: A Web App Game tl;dr – take me to the game already! ICDots is a board game for 2-7 players who will take turns selecting lines to form boxes. Scoring is 1 point per box pinned. Line colors have no distinction other than one is horizontal and one is vertical, and the alternating colors

Front-End Development Certification Achieved!

291 Coding challenges later… Free Code Camp Front-End Development Certification achieved! The last project assignment was to build a Simon Game: I built Simon 20 – complete with 3 speed levels, and a cheat mode! Initial functional development was completed in 8 hours. But follow-up tweaks and enhancements cost another 2 days, so it went about 3

A little… Tic Tac Toe?

I’m near complete with the Free Code Camp Front-End Development Certification course. 291 coding challenges and I’m on my last… Haven’t read through the specs yet, but based on my last four projects, I’m guessing it’ll run me another 3-4 days. My last project was a Tic Tac Toe game, in which you can play person-to-person,

My Experience with TypeScript + React

TypeScript: “A strict syntactical superset of JavaScript that adds optional static typing” (paraphrased from: I just finished injecting TypeScript into my last React web app (Done (for now)), and can say that I’ve enjoyed learning how TypeScript works: In particular its insightful nuances with React. Why TypeScript? …One might ask… I’ll let their intro video

Done (for now) | An Online Timer (with countdowns)

“Done (for now)” is a multi-‘timer’ web app with custom snooze and a one-at-a-time notification queue. This is my second React web app, which I’m hoping will become my first React Native (mobile) app (once I learn React Native, which is next on my list of learnables). The ‘Done (for now)’ timer provides alerts (via