My first full stack stack application - voting app

My first full stack stack application - voting app
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#1

This is my first time posting, though I’ve been working through FCC for a few months now…

I’ve finally completed the first of the Dynamic Web Applications project and would love feedback on my app:
https://catherinepollsapp.herokuapp.com/

I used clementinejs as a project framework, express, mongodb and materialize for a css framework.

This took me a long time to get the bits to fit together. Let me know what you think!


#2

Awesome, it looks like it works fine!

One thing I would say is maybe add css styling on the footer to make it sticky

http://materializecss.com/footer.html

I’m on mobile at the moment, but can you clarify what clementine.js is?


#3

Nice work, only some advice:

  • I can vote easly multiple times
  • When I try to make a poll there is no validating for options or title

#4

Thanks Neotriz. A sticky footer is a great idea - I’ve just update it now!

Clementinejs helps with the javascript boilerplate stuff. The folks at FCC suggested using it for the Dynamic Web Apps section. I found it a little bit cumbersome as I had to unpick everything they included before I got started. For the next project I think I’ll try without and see how I do :slight_smile:


#5

Hi NeckersBOX,
Thanks for taking a look at my app. I’ve made it so there’s now validation for options/title when creating a new app…looking into preventing someone voting multiple times…this might take a while :slight_smile:


#6

I feel like a little devil but… If I write only space and no real chars the poll results valid :sweat_smile: you should trim the text before validating.


#7

Nice work!
I am just starting om freeCodeCamp and really looking forward to getting to this task.
Love the pie graphs to display the results
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