I opted to create a homage to PacMan: critterchase.com
Ultimately, this proved to be a very fun project! People love to try it out. It also got the attention of employers at a recent Career Fair at my school!
If you are interested on a tutorial on how to craft the game, I would be down to write some blog posts or put some videos on YouTube! Please, let me know
Thanks a lot! Glad you liked it! :)
You're very welcome! I'm glad the list is helpful.
This is excellent!! You are so right in people wondering what to do next after learning some JS, whether in classes or on their own. I'll be passing this on to them. Will this land in a repo someplace?
I'm glad you like the list!
I have some of these projects in one form or another scattered across the internet (usually through articles). At the moment, I don't have plans to put these in one repo, but that could change at some point.
Just to be clear: what I meant was putting the project list itself in a repo; that makes it easier for everyone to contribute to the list.
Really nice list! I love the practicality of some of these ideas!
That's a great idea! Very useful for a lot of businesses.
! Yeah one of my clients is a restaurant and I plan on using this plugin for their website :)
Glad it was a helpful list!
Make a historical timeline either by user entering dates or scraping from specific site.
That's a great project idea!
I've taken the step of learning JS. One thing I read which stood out for me was to make sure that you actually do something practical with your learning.
With this in mind I created nextlevelpuzzles.com as my first JS project. It's by no means complicated, but it allowed me to apply basic logic, html/css and JS (such as event listeners) in a practical manner.
I've found courses by Wes Bos to be particularly helpful.
Great list, Yaphi! You might also find this list I made useful.
I really like your list!
This was fun to read. I have completed almost all of them already except none of the game related. I'll give the list some thought too.
I'm glad you liked it!
Great ideas, excited to see more :)
Thanks so much!
This is really a great Article. Thanks, Yaphi.
You're very welcome!
I made an encoder decoder app.. please check it out.
please suggest more such proje ts
I have a suggestion to add.
A web interface to manage MySQL databases. (pretty much like phpMyAdmin)
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