For this project I designed and built a landing page that links to an application that interacts with the Array of Things. The page was built over 4 days, it has information about the project and the team, and it has a fully responsive display on everything from desktop to mobile.
For this project I built the front-end for an exercise journaling app. Users can create an account and login. They can add, view, edit and delete exercise information. I worked with three other students consisting of one back-end developer, one UX designer, and one other front-end developer. Working with another front-end developer I learned a lot about how to avoid merge conflicts and divide work effectively.
For this project I built the back-end API for a web app called My Top 9. This app allows users to enter their favorite things in a category (for example, bands), the user can choose from a list in the category or add a new item. They can edit lists of 9 items they've created. Unfortunately the frontend did not get built out fully for this project. But the Backend is fully functional for all CRUD calls and is accessible with insomnia and postman. (note: the link to the live site for this project is to a frontend, which I did not build)
For this project we built an app for Navigating in an RV. The main functionality we implemented was rerouting around low clearance bridges. Users can also create and manage different vehicles on the app. Implementing this required calls to multiple APIs in order and I learned a lot about async during this project.