We presented Codsworth Robotics, your one and only source for robot butlers, today in class. It’s officially live here, and you can view the code here. Although it still may be far from a production-ready app, it’s basically a fully-functioning e-commerce store, which is pretty impressive, if I do say so myself.
One of the coolest moments of my young programming career so far happened on Monday night, when I hooked up the npm package nodemailer to our checkout process, so that when a user places an order, they’ll immediately be sent an email with their confirmation number.
In the past few days, we’ve moved on from working primarily on the back-end of Codsworth Robotics to actually rendering the data our back-end is feeding to us. We’ve also started putting together an overall theme and look.
The features I’ve primarily been working on have been the Orders History page for a logged in user, and I just started working on our cart. Relatively early on in the process, we decided we were just going to have our cart saved on the session, and never actually persisted in the database.
I’m alive, I promise. Mostly. I’m just running on very little sleep. Also, can we talk about the fact that this is the first post I get to tag with “senior phase”?!
So, let’s talk about everything I’ve been doing since the last time I wrote about something that wasn’t me accidentally deleting my master branch of my blog. Over winter break, I:
Re-did, in its entirety, Game of Life using React and Redux.