@belle6hi fwens :hyper-dino-wave:
hope your day is going well hehe! i'm gonna try daily scrapbooking :eyes_squint: to make sure i do at least one thing that i'm proud of each day :) today i had a really nice chill morning with my sister and did exam prep for maths, business, and chemistry :roo-yay: – relieved i remember a decent amount haha. also, worked on a small graphic design thing :blobattention:
(attached is a separate design thing i played around with for the replit hackathon but it was really off brand so never implemented it haha)
@jasonaa0today i tried to get :tailscale: working on :replit:!
for context, i have a laptop at school that’s eventually going to run some sort of web app to manage our 3d printers. we want to access this off the school network to keep an eye on prints, so the idea is to run tailscale on the laptop and on a replit instance, then proxy traffic from the repl to the web server that’ll eventually be running on the laptop. its pretty hacky but it actually does kinda work, i just need to figure out the proxying part 👀
@Ramiz0Coded a website from my Tablet using Replit 😅 . ~Although I stole some code from Tailblocks but who cares ?~
@ZoeDroulias0I’ve been a little MIA recently, but I’ve just finished this 5 question personality quiz with python and flask! You can give it a go here!
@heyrajan0I wanted to learn how to build my own search engine, but didn't like the speed of web scrapers and the deployment of most alternatives. When I came across the search API, it hit me: let's build Google with Google. Well, moogle to be precise :cow-face:
Using the Google Search API and a few hacky solutions, I just published the Custom Search Engine workshop!! vv excited to see what other hack clubbers make :hyperfastparrot:
The best part about this workshop is customization! if CSS is your jam, then this is perfect to make something that you love. i would love any feedback, or just to see what y'all come up with!!
@avi0here's also what the end product's supposed to look like after you've done the workshop-- i'm a little worried that it might be a little too long but yee. it's interactive and everything. any design feedback will be accepted! the link's at d3js-tutorial.avi9664.repl.co
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D82Probably not my last scrapbook of the day, but added to my chat app thing:
• Radio/IRC like channels
• Multiple themes
woo, now time to stop hosting on shitty repl + autoping
(Any recommendations or stuff?)
@J_cordz7+After many days and scrapbook posts about it, my personal website is finally in development! I'm going to be using plain HTML and CSS for the first version of it, which will allow me to test my coding skills and the things I've been learning so far. I'm going to be using Replit to preview the end result before moving it to a GitHub Repository and for the deploy, I will be using Netlify, and now that I know how I want it to be organized and which things to include such as sections, colors, and so on, I just need to finish building it and then share it with the world!!!
@EdwardJung-U02Q0FNJQQ70My cs class final project was to make a game entirely in java. It was quite challenging as a rule was no using arrays.
But after a week, finally made ultimate tic tac toe in java 😄
Play here: replit.com/@bladefan960/THE-ULTIMATE-TIC-TAC-TOE?v=1
funny story: I just compiled this a minute ago and repl servers coincidentally crashed right after. I now have the I crashed repl with my program badge on github 🎉
@ian4When I first started using Replit, I hated how I could only have 5 always-on repls. I found UptimeRobot, which was okay, but I had to log in and configure something every time I made a new repl. I think Replit is a great way to host small projects like websites or bots, and I wanted an easier way to keep them online. So, I bring you ReplAwake.
To use it, you just click a link and add your repls into .replconfig. ReplAwake handles the rest! You can add more at any time right from within Replit.
You can see it at
:github: GitHub: github.com/yodalightsabr/replawake:replit: Live Version: replawake.yodacode.repl.co:fork: Start an instance: replit.com/github/yodalightsabr/replawake
It's not the best, but it's an awesome progress in my coding journey.
My own personal website and portfolio is still in dev, and there's nothing to share about it yet because I still have to figure out the total tools I will use on it, so today's workshops are Orpheus Hack Club Website which needs some improvement and Splatter Paint. Also, my other project about GitHub that I was also talking about in my scrapbook is finally setting up an organization for my Science Club and Hack Club and redesigning my high school website which will be a great project to test my abilities! And finally, today I started researching some Raycast extensions, so most likely I won't see my apps dock that often.
@J_cordz7+I had planned for today to draw my Dino for Hack Club GitHub, but instead of this, I worked on my Digital Garden Project and started learning different ways to index my Obsidian vault with notes into a garden database, also I'm almost ready to ship the fist version of my Personal Website, and most likely I will be hosting it with the help of Repl.it where I'm also hosting my workshop projects, and then move on to better alternatives with improved versions.
In other things, I forgot to mention some days ago than my high school is finally at the Hack Club map and I'm happy to be a club leader and get to work at my club and create awesome things!
@J_cordz7+Ready to update to MacOS Monterey! In other things, I hope to improve my programming setup with tools that I have been improving in using such as Replit for the workshops, of which, today I made another minor advance in the first one, and in addition to continue learning basic HTML and CSS, I started to check more about deploy tools and the HUGO static website building framework, which I plan to use later on.
@ian4A thing for storing any form of data on replit
@courtney0I finished workshop #2!! Splatter Paint is hard in my opinion, but I love the end result! I also updated the Personal Website with a 'review'. This was really fun & cool because the faster you go, the bigger the circles get, and the slower you go, the smaller they get!!
Splatter Paint - splatterpaint.courtneydiane.repl.co
Personal Website - courtneydiane.repl.co
*I’ve caught the typo 😅
@courtney0I decided to challenge myself starting today. (Cringing about starting in the middle of the month and week). Each week, I will be working on a different workshop from workshops.hackclub.com. I hope that by the end, I’ll have gained a lot of coding knowledge, and hopefully some cool stuff to #ship. Here’s Day One - <https://personalwebsite.courtneydiane.repl.co/|Personal Website>.
@matthew0i was going to wait to test it with multiple users before shipping but THIS IS HACK CLUB, that is not necessary!!! i love #slotify but as an apple music user i hate feeling left out of all the cool tools people make that are spotify-only. so i decided to bravely battle the apple music api and build slotify for apple music! i shared a proof-of-concept in #scrapbook a few days ago that was hardcoded with my credentials, but now you can use it too if you are an apple music user :applemusic: just head over to apple-music-slack-status-1.techbug2012.repl.co and sign in with slack & apple music. use /music-status to toggle it on/off (it should be on by default after you authenticate though). if you run into any issues at any point, please let me know 🙏
@ella0Today I met @riley33chou and @MarinaLee in person :yay: and packed envelopes to mail swag to some people who attended citro hacks! (I've got some figma, replit, and hack club stickers left over so if you want some, DM me - I can probably mail an envelope to you!)
@courtney0Ahh! I'm so excited. I've been putting this off because I wanted to learn as much as possible, but I finally decided to follow a step by step and tackle is. It's not much, but I did it! I can't wait to add on to it! :yay: (Also ty to everyone who answered all of my questions)
@kayley0KWK Day 2: Learned the hard way that spaces matter in Swift, played around with loops and arrays, and connected my repl to a GitHub repository.
@Khushraj0lets go, I'm rewriting repl.deploy in rust and I HAVE TESTS! A 100 LINES OF TEST CODE FOR 96 LINES OF CODE
@ella0yayy i got stickers from repl.it! and they also sent me mule sauce lol :yay:
@Skye0Running the personal website workshop over by myself for the first time before my club's first meeting this Tuesday. It's actually pretty fun!
@alialiwa20050Here's a :python: program I've coded today, hosted on :replit: (repl.it/@alialiwa2005/Minutes-to-Seconds).
It converts minutes to seconds ⏰, with up to two decimal places in the outputted calculation :abacus: for extra precision, and minimized confusion.
This program is opensource under an MIT license.
Feel free to hack and build on my code! :hacker-cat:
@alialiwa20050Odd or Even?
A :python: program, hosted on :replit:, which checks if a user's inputted integer is even or odd.
My program has error checks, such as checking whether an inputted value is truly an integer; if not, it asks for new input, without breaking the entire code.
Additionally, my program also asks users if they'd like to enter a new value and check if it is even or odd, after an integer is determined as odd or even; using loops.
This program is :crazyblackstone-opensource:, under an MIT license; so you can hack :hacker-cat: and build on it however you'd like!
Challenge Solved: bit.ly/3doBhCJ
@Skye0A website for my school's hack club and my first website that I am coding! Started 2 days ago and made some improvements. Can't wait to get it up!
@alialiwa20050Today, I've started exploring :python:'s math operators.
I've made this code, (repl.it/@alialiwa2005/Math-Operations-on-User-Inputs-02082021?v=1), which uses Python's math operators in various cases, as well as math.sqrt() from Python's awesome math library (my :python: program solves algebra and geometry problems).
The code makes calculations based on two integers and a distance-measuring unit are received as inputs from a user and those three user-inputs are each assigned to some basic variables.
Then those variables, which represent the user's inputs, are used in calculations; squaring, cubing, modular division, and even calculating the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle which has two legs (each of those two triangle legs have a measurement of one of the user's two inputted numbers, using the unit of length which was inputted by the user).
Run my code on !
The mentioned is opensource and free for all to remix and build on, under a CC-BY creative commons license; so feel free to fork & hack my program.