Let's discuss your "Twitch.tv App"

Project Link - https://codepen.io/NAHNAH/full/LQvgBK/

At last it is done, hurra hurra :tada:! The codepen description speaks for itself. Feedback welcome!

I decided to use the Twitch API rather than the array object provided by FCC (though their concern and provision are much appreciated). I found the comments of @gobees, @fuecisla, and @csapty12 especially helpful regarding this issue (see the project guide: freeCodeCamp Challenge Guide: How to Use the TwitchTV API). I did some digging into the points made by @zelite regarding security and the Client ID required to use the current Twitch API and believe he is right (also see @s_coder, Exposing API keys). Either way, I am not a big Twitch user, and my learning goal for this exercise was to access and manipulate data via their api. As a result, I learned a lot more this way, and also found some interesting channels regarding game development, programming, design, etc.–great fun!

Looks good and is functional, I also like the minimalist sliders for sorting. Your use of GitHub motivates me to do likewise on future projects :wink: !

Looks good, I like your ‘reveal’ animation. One observation: the spacing between the buttons and the “offline” sort differs from the other two; also, perhaps load the “all” category automatically on page-load.

Twitch App - https://codepen.io/andy45386/full/rJzzWg/

CodePen Link – https://codepen.io/autumnchris/full/rLEkOP
GitHub Link – source code, demo

Feedback is greatly appreciated :slight_smile:

Project link: https://codepen.io/tody/full/qoEjBj/
Feedback will be really appreciated :slightly_smiling_face:
What do you think?

Note that I’m closing this thread. It’s much easier to get feedback if you create your own individual post requesting feedback for your own specific project.