Front-end development is constantly evolving. Having a firm foundation in the building blocks of the web, including HTML5, SASS and ES2016, allows me to work with whatever framework your product requres. I have worked at varying levels with VueJS, React, Elm and jQuery.
I primarily use Ruby on Rails or NodeJS for back-end development, but I also have used WordPress and Ghost, two popular content management systems.
The modern programmer has an extensive toolkit available, beyond what is needed to actually build an app. Using the command line is crucial, as well as version control (git), package management (RubyGems, NPM), and command line tools for managing your code (Grunt, Gulp, SASS).
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The challenge was to make a Wikipedia viewer. It was supposed to search the Wikipedia API and give you a list of articles that match your search results, as well as an option to be taken to a random page.
Wendy is an "intuitive healer". She needed a website that would reflect her personal sense of style, but also the professional nature of her work.
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The client was using a website that a family member had designed for her. While it was serviceable, she wanted something more modern and stylish. It was important to her to reuse certain logo elements and imagery from her old site, so we built the design around them.
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Automatically checks to see if you are done typing, then updates the display with your message.
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