Day 20 of 100! Back in the office now, and totally feeling React again. Got some awesome insight from people like Lin Clark @ Nordic JS, about cool stuff in React, and I really feel like i'm starting to get to grips with it. Just last night I built a React Colorpicker with Chroma JS. :)
Anyway, today is Location tracker. I found this easier than usual, which is good, because I think it looks great.
Also, Full Stack React have started blogging in partnership with me, about how to make each of the 100 days. I'm really excited to be working with them, and you should definitely head over and check out their book, it's full of great stuff!
Props to Nate & Sophia for being awesome. :)
Peace out, speak tomorrow!
Day 17 of the DailyUI React JS challenge. Today is an Email Receipt! It was pretty fun to figure out Emails in React, if not really that useable in production (but i guess that's not what this is for).
Anyway, today rocked. See ya tomorrow! Share and ask questions if you wish! <3
Day 10 of 100! We're 10% there! Thanks so much to everyone who's followed along so far, feel free to tweet me advice or if you want to see more of a particular thing. Today was nice and simple, just knocking those numbers down :)
See ya tomorrow!
Day 9 of 100! This is awesome, nearly 10% through already. Cool. Had some fun with this. Might come back later and add some D3 visualisation stuff for equalisers. We'll see. :)
Peace! Share the love if you like the project. :)
Also if you haven't heard it, you should definitely go and pick up the new Glass Animals album. They're from my hometown, and they rock!
Day 7! Really enjoyed today's challenge, and I think I'm learning more and more each day. Had a few problems figuring out how to update defaultValue, but I'm gonna come back and do it later! Just shipping them UI's for now!
Until tomorrow homiez!
Day 5 of the ReactJS DailyUI project. I'm going to be making 100 different React pens over the next 100 days, in order to get better.
Wow. Today was tough. I started with grand plans, and had to scale it back. But, it still;
- Grabs your IP
- Then grabs your location
- Then gets your local weather.