Towards the end of the school year I developed a couple of projects just for the fun of it. I wanted to practice using some html, css, bootstrap, and jQuery all together. I also had a few ideas based on things that were going on.
First, I created a crowd sourced playlist generator(aggregator?) that anyone could submit YouTube links to and then others could vote on. I tried to add in an anonymous commenting system, but I never got around to making it totally functional. The idea came together pretty well, and pretty quickly.
Second, I created an Instagram Scavenger Hunt type site. All users need to do is register, take pictures, and add the hashtag izmirscavengers and pictures would show up in one place. I thought it would be a good way to put together one large photo album created by all the expats of the SEV/ACI foreign faculty. Again, I didn’t really get everything functioning, but it was good practice for me. So, I really got everything out of it that I wanted.
As always, the total list of all my various projects can be found at: jordanrhea.com/projects/ For the most part, they are all rudimentary examples of web applications, but I am proud of them, and they do kind of map my progress as I teach myself various programming languages.