I’m a newly graduated computer engineer and right now I’m continuing with my masters. I am trying to learn every type of programming in order to decide what I like the most. I learned HTML/CSS/JS a month ago. Node.js/Express.js two weeks ago and React.js just one and a half weeks ago and made this as a challenge to myself. So far I am liking web development. I’ll do some mock-up apps probably. Create a portfolio. I am open to ideas.
Debtorian, obviously a placeholder name, is a debt tracking web application. You join to or create common budgets and enter your spendings to them. The app’s goal is to make everyone’s spending equal. For example, flatmates often need to split everything like bills equally, constantly. This can be very frustrating. With this method, everyone pays as much as they can, they enter their spending and leave the calculations like who pays how much more to the app. These “common budgets” supports up to almost an infinite amount of people.
At the top I forgot to mention that I’ve used MaterializeCSS for input fields, MaterialUI for the animations and the rest is just plain old custom CSS. I really need to take some design courses. I know it’s not that good.
Also every request is handled using AJAX and APIs.
If anyone wants to try it out, you can use these accounts or create new ones. But be aware that Passport.js can be problematic when there’s more than one instance for one account.