Here's some of the things I've created in my developer journey so far.
MERN Patient Management System
I lead a one-month long project with 2 peers to finish off my coding bootcamp. We found a private client which outlined a physiotherapy patient management system that he desired. We built a fully-functional MERN app from the ground up (MongoDB, ExpressJS, React, and Node). We created a separate backend for our API endpoints, and made requests with axios on our React frontend. It's essence is a full CRUD resource for both patients and patient plans. We implemented full admin auth using JWT and passport. Styled using 50% semantic UI, 50% pure CSS, and I utilised modern principles of UI design to make it look nice.
React Image Search
I built an image searching tool with React that pulls data in from the Unsplash API using Axios and re-renders the page without refreshing. It allows you to search anything. Styled with Semantic UI.
HAML Truck Repairs Landing Page
I created a landing page for a private client (K&C Auto Electrics) that services major transport companies in NSW. I used the opportunity to use HAML to write beautiful HTML markup, and SASS instead of SCSS, resulting in an extremely clean codebase. I also practiced using Materialize for styling, and ofcourse made it fully mobile responsive (even making the contact numbers load the phones dialer application when clicked).
Rails Mentor Finding App
I conducted this project with 3 peers to create a fully-functional webapp that connects Mentors to Mentees. We implemented authenticated accounts, Bootstrap's styling, security features, dynamic views, mailers, AWS S3 bucket, Stripe's API (Test mode), and a handful of others. See the GitHub for more info.
Ruby Terminal Bias Training App
I pair programmed with another student and we created a terminal app which trains the user on common cognitive biases. It was implemented using pure Ruby. It contains multiple flow control structures to loop through, it stores feedback in a local file with JSON, and it keeps score.