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This MVC application was created to help narrow down movie choices by allowing the user to search movies, retrieve detailed information, provide IMDB links, and save movies to watch for later. It uses routed API's to search movie data, parse JSON results to a temporary movie pool(anonymously or logged in), and store client associated data. This RESTful application was built on MongoDB mLab for data storage, Express(with EJS), and Node.js.View Live View Repo
This React application is a mobile-first design episode guide for the show Mystery Science Theater 3000. The user can toggle through seasons, episodes, and link to IMDB and YouTube. A search view allows the user to find episode information by title query. JSON requests handled with Axios client.View Live View Repo
This application calculates beats per minute (BPM) to assist in timing delays and reverbs for users interested in digital music production and analog instruments. Main design charactistics are minimalistic UI and functional responsiveness for mobile platforms.View Live View Repo
Number Match was created as a learning tool for my niece. I wanted to make a responsive and colorful app that she could play on various devices. An interesting aspect of creating this application was the need for a shuffle algorithm to cycle through remaining indexes in an array. Designed for Chrome browsers. Currently working on increased cross-browser support.View Live View Repo
Projects include a vanilla JS Calculator, React Pomodoro Clock, jQuery Tic-Tac-Toe, and various API/AJAX apps. These Code Pen projects were created as part of the Front End Development Certificate which I enjoyed working through at freeCodeCamp. This course was valuable in learning the fundamentals of numerous front end technologies.View Codepen Portfolio