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I made 1 JavaScript project a day for a week

I made 1 JavaScript-powered project a day for a week, here are the results

Rules

  • The project must be at a working state or I fail the challenge and I have to start over (luckily didn't happen)
  • Each project must be open source
  • I can edit any one of those projects after the week ends, but I can only edit the day's project during the week
  • All projects must involve some sort of JavaScript, so I can't just make some static website and call it a day
  • The projects don't have to be fully complete, they just have to be at a working state

Now that is out of the way, here are the projects I made, and the link to the final commit of the day the projects were made. NOTE: I do not recommend you run the code from the final commit of the day because when the week is over, I am adding improvements to the projects, and it's always recommended to use the latest version. This is just to prove that I didn't cheat.

Finally, here are the projects I made

I DO NOT know how to name projects, help

Everything is open source on my Github

Feel free to check the source of a project listed here by going into my profile, and going to the Repositories tab.

Reply with how you think I did!

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@RemiixInc RemiixInc commented Aug 5, 2021

good job 👍

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@littlegrapeguy littlegrapeguy commented Aug 5, 2021

Good job!

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@littlegrapeguy littlegrapeguy commented Aug 5, 2021

weather69420 makes me hard

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@littlegrapeguy littlegrapeguy commented Aug 5, 2021

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@AR-Student824 AR-Student824 commented Aug 6, 2021

weather69420 makes me hard
Ok 😂

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