@zrl0I put in a spice rack today! I did a bunch of measurements to figure out what I could fit, found some shelving on Etsy that I liked, ordered it, learned how to stain wood and stained them myself, then learned how to seal wood and sealed them, and then finally put them into the wall using a drill.
I've always been intimidated by projects in the “real world” because if you mess up, you can't always undo your error like you can in coding. Trying to become more handy has been something I've been spending a little time on over the past year. Really proud of myself for this!
@ian4Working on a small project to pass functions from the backend to the frontend without worrying about API routes and parameter parsing. Thanks @ced for helping me figure out parsing the JSON body
@J_cordz7+It's been a while since I started having my Biology Lab classes and it's been awesome so far! 🌱 And tomorrow I'll have my first chemistry lab class! Also today I used @clairebookworm music visualizer and it was amazing! I tried it with Imagine Dragons music and a BOTW Lo-fi Playlist and it was great. :triforce: This reminds me I have to learn Three.js! Also I check out Spline! spline.design A very interesting 3D Design tool!!!
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D83I finally got this to a working state!
It's a PowderToy / Noita cellular automita based simulation. So far it includes:
• Ambient Heat Transfer
• Really annoying fungus
• A lot of pixel types
• Dynamic res with a weird workaround
• State changes
• The smartest moss you've ever seen
• The dumbest flies you'll ever see
I've been working on this for a few days, and its the most enjoyable project I've ever worked on. PRs are welcome, and post anything cool you find/bugs/ideas
If you've got a slower laptop/PC use 64 px screen btw
Idk if this post would go better in ship, but this still is a WIP with tons of bugs
@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!!
@J_cordz7+Yesterday I got my first stickers envelope from MLH! It's from an old hackathon I participated in, although I did not expect to receive them! Today I continued my research about Handshake Domains, I'll try to get one very soon, seems like a good web3 project to get my own TLD personal domain! :hns:
@caleb0My very much work-in-progress rendition of Czardas, a fun piece for solo violin
@TheRealR1ke0Today I decided to record and edit some piano music. I think it ended very good.
@J_cordz7+Today I finished the basic CSS part of my freeCodeCamp web development course! I also created a repo for my website! I plan to upload my files for it soon! Unrelated to code, I also started a new Spotify Account with the music I like and I've been discovering thanks to hack clubbers, also thanks @clairebookworm for following me back and for your awesome music recommendations!
@Skye0Guess what? I'm back!! Almost done with applying to colleges, I just need to submit my three CUNY schools now. Woohoo! Good luck to everyone that applied this year- also happy new year :celebratoryrat:
@MuhammadAhsan-U02CQAEL2060Hi everyone, Its Muhammad Ahsan from Hack Club BZU. Our Club got approved in August 2021 and till now its the best experience to leading, learning and managing. Today I'll share the Glimpse of events, meet up that we organized during this time Period. We are mostly doing things offline and hopefully we'll also conduct online events soon.
I'm very excited for Upcoming Time.
Thanks to Hack Club for great opportunity and @gabruharsh244 for such smooth onboarding and Helping.Happy New Year!
@EdwardJung-U02Q0FNJQQ70my first app with the django framework!! after a month of reading thousands of docs and binge watching tutorials, I finally deployed using aws about a week ago! volunshare.org
VolunShare is an app that allows any volunteer to log and get their hours verified! Still in beta but VolunShare passed the 20 users mark yesterday⚡. Feel free to give me feedback I'll be on the hacking grind after finals 🙂
@ian4:nodejs: api-pathmaker is a module(ish?) that I made to write less code when you’re implementing an API in Node.js. It lets you model the request in object format and then make the request without having to define everything with an http library. I made it because I was tired of having to use a random API just for a few requests (for example, getting cat pictures) and the API doesn’t have a library, but you still want clean code.
It’s kind of a mini-ship and it’s part of a larger project I’m making.
GitHub & Download: github.com/yodaLightsabr/api-pathmaker
@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 😅
@rishi0🔉 🔊 📣
Time to round off the trifecta with my lil project built on @caleb’s API: hear the Slack! Built on top of NextJS, Howler, Geist and a custom sound selection, I made a generative music website that responds to the interactions from channels that @JoeBunyan’s in!
Here’s the basic algorithm: there’s a sound selection of 32 pads, synths, strings, vocal chops and a bunch of other goodies (randomly selected at build time & pretuned to one key) that get distributed into a sort of virtual grid. Every time a message comes through the WS stream, it gets hashcoded and split up into a coordinate system, which is then distributed across the grid to make a half-decent sounding live performance! It looks super cool when paired up with @matthewgleich’s amazing Raspi creation, and you can check it out at hear.hackclub.dev; source is up at github.com/hackclub/joebunyan/tree/main/sounds!
@ArcadeWise0🚢 Micro-ship time!
My family just got a new TV, and it has Samsung TV, so we wanted to remember the channels. And me, being a hacker, over-engineered a solution! Presenting: tv.raleighwi.se, it uses Next.js, with a JSON file for info, and blocks.css for prettyness.