A selection of websites that I have coded while working at Artiq. These websites have been designed by the team there, then coded by me. Some of them use Wordpress which is always added afterwards at a later phase in the development cycle.
While HTML & CSS is what I use the most, I don't have a lot of code snippets to show. The biggest showcase for these 2 technologies are my websites and this very own website which is built using a combination of CSS Grid, Flexbox and SaSS.
Toy apps that I have coded while following a tutorial or a course. I expect this section to grow in 2019. While React is not something that I ever use professionally for now, it is nice to get to learn a little bit about the trending technologies out there.
Diving into the backend of things.
We started of Matmik with a theme, which was then very customized to match the design and client needs for this e-commerce website.View Project ›
This single page website features some interesting and playful design with z-index, a side menu with modals and forms and smooth scrolling.View Project ›
A budget App made in ES6, using several Array methods like map or reduce, arrow functions and event delegation for dynamic event handlers.View Project ›
A TicTacToe game made in JS, using Array methods and Event delegation with HTML data attributes.View Project ›
Working with the ES6 newly introduced "classes". Displayed in CSS Grid to create a nice responsive gallery.View Project ›
A simple filtering code snippet, a simplified version of the one utilized in this portfolio.View Project ›
A little web player made with Jplayer. Eventually this little app grew into a full webplayer with it's own playlist in a client's website.View Project ›
Following a "SuperHi" tutorial on sticky text, the effect can be appreciatted by scrolling down, images remain fixed while text scrolls up and downView Project ›
This App is under construction (finished under the hood). A React Blog using react-router, redux, Axios and Materialize.View Project ›
A React App that uses the Clarifai API with Axios to get data from the submitted imagesView Project ›
A toy App from the Udemy course "The Complete Web Developer in 2019: Zero to Mastery".View Project ›
Yet another To-Do App. A form and a list Components, under a parent Component to handle the state. Using "Materialize" for the CSS.View Project ›