I built a React Todo List... whilst blindfolded.

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About Me: I've been a professional web developer for just over 10 years now. I'm currently the lead web development instructor at Better Coding Academy, and as part of what I do, I post videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/BetterCodingAcademy.

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I mean, there's not too much else to be said here, is there? I decided to code a React app whilst blindfolded. Turned out surprisingly well - you can check it out in the video below!

Happy coding!

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IMHO if on the one hand I find it fantastic on the other I find it superfluous to program blindfolded. I believe that those who follow this type of blog need advice and do not earn superpowers. I often read your articles and I believe you don't need these Pindaric flights

 

If that is you... definitely feel free to check out the multitudes of tutorials, how-tos and opinion pieces that I've posted on dev.to/YouTube!

 

Would you be able to do blind-folded development as a blind developer would?

I am guessing we could learn more about accessibility (a11y) out of the experience 🙂

 

Wow. I've never seen that before. Now I really want to give it a go 😁😁😁

 
 

This is insane..for us things are difficult with eyes wide open as well.. this is fascinating

 

Practice makes perfect... well, practice makes almost perfect, I'd say 😉

 

Funny! Some audio feedback on current position and context would be helpful I guess. Want to develop something like that along the line, but currently very far on my list.

 

Must admit I haven't watched the video yet (no sound @ work), but wanted to ask "why"? Why did you do this? Were you trying to achieve/prove something?

 

I don't have anything to prove - rather, I thought it would be a fun concept, and also thought it would be a good test of my typing and recall abilities.

If you enjoy meaningless projects like this, I've also made Iron Man in HTML and CSS which you might also enjoy 🙃

 
 
 

I'm glad you enjoyed! Might make more in the future if people are keen 😁

 
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