I decided to challenge myself to create over 80 apps listed in this repository created by Florin Pop and also write articles on how I implemented them using Typescript as the core programming language and any other framework, tools or language I may use in the course of doing this challenge.
Why I decided to do this challenge
- To improve my coding skill by challenging myself. 📈
- To be able to experiment with new technology. 🔬
- To have a lot of portfolios to impress my employers/clients. 💼
- To be able to write interesting blogs you can read and learn from them. ✍🏽
- To inspire more people to take up this challenge. 💡
The Repository Setup
I created a single repository for all the apps.
There’s nothing more complex about the repository for a start than just different folders for each project and a
tsconfig.json file for each project.
| - app-ideas/ | - node_modules/ | - beginners/ | - binary-to-decimal/ | - ... | - intermediate/ | - advanced/ | - package.json | - tsconfig.base.json
Over time, I feel the repository will advance to make use of the advantages of a monorepo.
How to Join the Challenge
This challenge is open to everyone no matter the level to learn, try out different technologies and create a nice portfolio.
I’d be making use of the hashtag
#beginner2advanced on all social platforms so you can tag along whenever you join this challenge.
P.S: I selected this tag,
#beginner2advanced because I couldn’t think of a fancier name. 🤓
Looking forward to seeing you join, share and contribute to the challenge.
If you enjoy reading this article, you can consider me buying me a coffee to support me.