Presented by WWCode Frontend Speaker: Nayeon Shin Topic: Building a Productivity App in Vanilla JS
Momentum is a Chrome extension that’s a productivity tool. Its main features include:
Greeting users by their name Displaying the current clock and weather Letting users make a to-do list. But it comes with many limited features if you’re not paying $3.33/month to use the premium version. So I decided to make my own to take full advantage of such a productivity tool freely. (https://your-haru.netlify.app/) In this workshop, I will introduce how I created and deployed from scratch a static single page application (SPA) in HTML/CSS/Vanilla JS only. We will look into the bits and pieces of this project and learn topics such as: implementing fade in/out animations, leveraging local storage not to lose data on refresh,and hiding an API key using Netlify.
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