Let’s discuss your “ Nightlife Coordination App”

Let’s discuss your “ Nightlife Coordination App”
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#1

Greetings, Fellow Campers!
This topic is for listing and review of Nightlife Coordination App projects built as a part of FCC challenges.

Post reviews as a specific reply to the link which you are reviewing.


#2

Project Link => https://nightlifecoordinationapp.herokuapp.com/
Source Code => https://github.com/AungMyoKyaw/NightlifeCoordinationApp


#3

Server Side Rendering

Server : Golang stdlib + MySql

Client : js

Project Link ==> https://brusbilis.com/freecodecamp/v1/apps/nightlife/guest
Source Code => https://github.com/brusbilis/freeCodeCamp/tree/master/v1/back-end/web-apps/nightlife


#4

Nightlife Coordination App
Github

I used Node, Express, Passport, MongoDB, Mongoose, React and for authentication I went with Google instead of Twitter. I really tried to make the UI clean and intuitive.

I set the bar collection documents to expire at 5am the next morning so each day the collection empties itself. That’s 5am central time, It would be better if it worked based off the location of the venue but for North America the documents expire at 5am give or take a couple hours.


#5

Getting started on this one today. Have to say man, you do very nice work. App looks great, love the tiny details and the animations. May have to “borrow” some of your ideas.


#6

Thanks! That made my week. I’m trying to go from suck to not suck.

Feel free to borrow whatever.

If you’re interested, I’ve been trying to incorporate ideas from material design.


#7

Here’s mine


#8

Live: https://life-co.herokuapp.com/
Source: https://github.com/mtso/life-co

Stuff used: Babel Node.js, Webpack, Express, MySQL, Babel React, Bulma, Passport, Yelp and Twitter APIs


#9

Here’s mine: https://nightlife26.herokuapp.com/
Github: https://github.com/prohorova/nightlife
Mean stack (angular 4) with google maps integration


#10

Here is my project: https://fcc-rc-nightlife.herokuapp.com/
MERN + Passport-twitter. I reused my custom boilerplate I created after polling app project
Source: https://github.com/braincap/fcc-nightlife-coordination


#11

project link: https://jia-fcc-citynight.herokuapp.com/
github repo: https://github.com/antipasjiajia/fcc-citynight

uses: react, redux, nodejs & express, mongodb, semantic ui react, and yelp fusion api


#12

I substituted dog parks for bars, since I’m not much of a night person. I really focused on the back-end stuff, so there is no client side javascript, and the design is quite minimalist.

Live app: https://dog-parks.glitch.me
Github: https://github.com/Motardo/dog-park


#13

Hello mates, here is mine.

Glitch-me - https://mgj-nightlife.glitch.me/
Github - https://github.com/mgjean/nightlife


#14

From beginner perspective… i don’t like color selection. green text is hard to see, when i click on going and then search another location, and then again come back to first location, going is 0. When you login, maybe you shuld implement logout button, or just hide login button. Sorry for my bad english :smiley:


#15

Well first of all, i appreciate your feedback. :grinning:
I’m going to fix these bugs on coming weekend.

And your English is good enough (straight to the points) to understand.

Thanks mate, have a great day.


#16

Hello, soo here is mine https://frozen-mountain-27916.herokuapp.com/
and github https://github.com/tcar/coordinationApp

I know my code is pretty messy, and i need to work on my designing skills
overall. what do you think? critique is welcome

tools used: webpack, reactjs, nodejs, passport, mongodb, mongoose, expressjs, material-ui


#17

It doesn’t work. When I do a search I get ‘Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: t.map is not a function’ in a console.
Seems to happen when there are 0 results found.


#18

Hey, thanks for feedback. try now, i think now is everything working fine


#19

That is awesome! I couldn’t help but open the github and see some code and I love the way you have written it. Short, neat functions - very SOLID. I thought I knew my JS, now I feel like I don’t know crap.


#20

Thanks! I’m glad you liked my code