Hey everyone. It's an absolute pleasure to write something again.
Since the past couple of days I've been busy with my university exams (footnote: still not over 😐).
But I still managed to learn ReactJS and Java.
And here is what I made as my very first single page application.
Not technically but still it's something more then a frekin TODO app lol
Yep! A beautiful implementation of dev.to API.
It isn't my idea per say but this application is till not complete. This is just a branch of it.
I want to implement so much more in it after this. NO SPOILERS. Just stay tuned you won't be disappointed.
Since the very day I started to learn I knew about git bash. Still I just use to drag and drop my code everywhere. But while making this I thought of using it. I wanted to see how version control works. Well I'd say it is the best tool after vs code.
I also deployed it on AWS.But there are some issues in it. Idk why one of my stylesheet isn't loading.
What a pity Mr Jeff lol
AWS Deployment -- here
That should actually look like this.
And it must also include my search box.
Despite of that I also found out the topics that I don't know enough.
This project is more of less like stepping stones but the next version is going to be amazing. I can feel it.
You can checkout my repository here.
- search-withoutportal - completed
- searchbox - working on it
I learned a lot and I feel good about it.
I'm down for suggestions and hope you may like it.
I have also opened up some issues in the repositories. Feel free to check'em out and comment .
Other then that a special thanks to @mwrpwr for his article regarding dev.to API. Since this is my first API I wanted someone to show me how to use it and @coffeestasia for that amazing article on portfolio website. Because I will include full version of this app in my portfolio with proper styling n all.
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Oh shoot did I forgot to mention.
I launched an npm package
which is nothing but my boilerplate for my react apps.
You can check it out here
It's amazing for beginners still I just think it's better than create react app.
And done! That's it for today.
Thanks for reading.
Have a beautiful day.😀
Top comments (2)
Beautiful application! Fantastic work