Yeah… I just checked it again today. Just for another test, I submitted the same project URL on glitch to both the glitch form input and the github input (Why do we need both, I thought it was one or the other?). And I even submitted it to FCC to receive the certificate for API section, and I got it. Without having actually completed any of the projects.
I know that. I have no intention of passing challenges without properly doing the code myself, hence my initial post. I am merely making an inquiry about why these challenges are all passing despite incorrect code. I am trying to learn! Thanks. @QuincyLarson – or another support team member – help?!
Thanks for the additional detail. Could you tell us which specific challenge you are attempting to get pass? You’re saying that even if your project shouldn’t pass the test (missing an API endpoint that you haven’t built yet, etc.) the tests are still passing?
Every challenge in the API section. I recorded a screencast of mine on the Timestamp Service challenge to show you. I’ve even done a private browser in case cookies was the issue:
In my video, I show that server.js is an empty file and yet the challenge passes.
I’ve also tried it in Safari (I was using chrome) separately, and still the same. Is it only on my Free Code Camp account, perhaps? I have every intention of getting the codes right, so if you would like to help me reset that module, only for the API/microservice challenges, I am happy to oblige and try again!
My approach to learning has always been trial and error, which is why I was surprised when I built half the code, to click on submit to see what happens, it was passing.
Thanks Quincy. Where do I add this code? On Server.js?
I am trying to follow the instructions on how to disable the infinite loop protect, but not sure where I can even find the"over the line the loop protection message lists".