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Week 6, Days 3 - 5: Frontend

posted Wednesday, August 3 2016 @ 11:17 pm EST

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It's actually been a week since my last post, but since several days were lost to job-search-related tasks and paperwork, I am hesitant to say more than three or four of that was actually working on this project. At any rate, this isn't going to be content-complete for a long ...

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Week 6, Day 2: UI Development

posted Wednesday, July 27 2016 @ 10:01 am EST

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Day two, here's where we are now: • Separate layouts optimized for desktop and mobile. • Fully responsive to all screen sizes. (Though I'll recommend 640px width.) • Working modals for bottom navigation. Screenshots: Tomorrow: continuing implementation.

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Week 5: 'MetaFeed' Project Shelved

posted Friday, July 22 2016 @ 3:05 pm EST

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Long story short, I am putting this project indefinitely on-hold, and will revisit it sometime in the future only if Facebook decides to make their API worthwhile and usable again. As frustrating as it is to admit after spending nearly two weeks on it, this project is going nowhere fast. ...

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Week 5, Day ???: Miscellaneous Delays

posted Sunday, July 17 2016 @ 11:23 pm EST

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So, due to various circumstances and a whole lot of unforeseen delays (mostly due to the time and complexity involved with creating a Facebook API integration from scratch in AngularJS), it's looking like this project definitely isn't going to be done tonight. Rather than continuing to rush this, and consequently ...

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Week 5, Day 2: UI Development

posted Wednesday, July 13 2016 @ 11:09 pm EST

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Since I'm creating a social network feed, Bootstrap seems sensible. After all, it was originally developed at Twitter for exactly this sort of thing. That said, we need to do a little bit of extra setup to get it playing nicely with AngularJS. To this end, I'll be using AngularStrap ...

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Freelance Project: Wisdom of Astrology

posted Tuesday, July 12 2016 @ 6:00 pm EST

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This took quite a bit longer than I would have liked, and I didn't have time to add every little thing I wanted to, but overall I'm happy with how it came out. So, with permission from my client, here's a look at what I've been working on for the ...

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Week 4, Day 4: Front End

posted Friday, June 24 2016 @ 11:50 pm EST

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There's still a few things left to do here, but finally the website is pretty much done. Nothing like feature creep to keep you working ...

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Week 4, Day 3: UI Development (cont.)

posted Thursday, June 23 2016 @ 11:37 pm EST

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It took a long time, but things are starting to look a lot more complete now. The site is currently using placeholder images, as Sam only just recently got his photos over to me, but all the layouts are complete at this point ...

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Week 4, Day 2: UI Development

posted Tuesday, June 21 2016 @ 11:56 pm EST

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I didn't get very far into implementing this mockup before hitting my first snag: Neocities does not support the uploading of PHP files for free accounts. This is a problem because most of WordPress consists of PHP files! As such, it was necessary to find a different hosting solution, which ...

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Week 3, Day 5: Front End

posted Friday, June 17 2016 @ 11:12 pm EST

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Everything should be just about nailed down now. See screenshots and video demo below ...

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