These apps were made as assignments for free code camps front end certification, when I started free code camps courses/challenges, I already had experience coding in js/cs, so you will find that I chose to work with Angular (1.x and 4). These projects were challenging but from a design aspect, they weren't so complex that they called for a framework solution like angular. So in order to improve my skills I decided familiarize myself with the framework, as well as improve on SOLID principles/writing maintanable code. Enjoy!
- I am presented with a random series of button presses
- Each time I input a series of button presses correctly I see the same series of button presses but with an additional step.
- I hear a sound that corresponds to each button both when the series of button presses plays and when I personally press a button.
- If I press the wrong button I am notified that I have done so and that series of button presses starts again to remind me of the pattern so I can try again.
- I can see how many steps are in the current series of button presses.
- If I want to restart I can hit a button to do so and the game will return to a single step.
- I can play in strict mode where if I get a button press wrong it notifies me that I have done so and the game restarts at a new random series of button presses.
- I can win the game by getting a series of 20 steps correct. I am notified of my victory, then the game starts over.
Twitch.tv JSON API (Social Media Follower UI)
- I can see whether Free Code Camp is currently streaming on Twitch.tv.
- I can click the status output and be sent directly to the Free Code Camp's Twitch.tv channel.
- if a Twitch user is currently streaming, I can see additional details about what they are streaming.