I don’t usually participate in daily challenges, but #7Days7Websites challenge by Florin Pop was one I could get behind. For one week, all I had to do was build a website using any framework with any content that I wanted and my share progress.
Since graduating from Flatiron School a few weeks ago, I missed being the structure of being in class. I took a break from coding to decompress and come back refreshed. At the same time, I missed coding for the front end and want to experiment with new technologies. I have a backlog of ideas, so this challenge is a good way to jump back in.
I’ll start, Sunday, May 17th, and will be sharing my process on my blog and on Twitter. More information about the #7Days7Websites challenge can be found here.
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- Oh, Hex! A random hex color generator
- Scoville, fun with peppers and gradients
- Bubble Wrap. Virtual bubble wrap to pop over and over again.
- Pricing component with toggle. Frontend Mentor Challenge
- Intro component with sign-up form. Frontend Mentor Challenge
- Single price grid component. Frontend Mentor Challenge
- Toggle Switch. Front-end Challenge Club, Piccalil.li
Since completing this challenge, I took the time to reflect on my experiences, what I learned, and if I would do it again. I’ve gathered those thoughts and reflections into their own blog post, Coding Everyday Is Fun—Until It Isn’t.
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