Working with Allrecipes.com engineers, I helped redevelop the eatingwell.com website. I redid the website’s navigation, recipe pages, recipe hubs, slideshow pages, ads and account profile using C# ASP.NET MVC, Razor, and Angular in a mobile first responsive design. I wrote new controllers, view models, views, tests and styles using Sass and atomic design principles. I also used Allrecipes.com services to make use of Allrecipes.com tools including ads.
I built a member-only blog with Node, Express, Angular, and Mongoose that validates users with JWT tokens and lets them post and edit their post. Still a work in progress. Feel free to leave a note.
I built this app using Node and Angular. This app uses the bigOven API to do a recipe or food ingredient search.
Our team of four built a "Tinder"-style app called BONE, which let’s dog owners search and find dog playmate matches in their city. While we collaborated on most of the project, I did the Dog Profile Views, image upload and image storage to our database, and I also did some of the "match views," and algorithm. We used Meteor, Mongodb, and Angular to build this app.
Our team built the backend of an IOS app (Im-in!) that lets users manage events through text messages. We built the server, routes, middleware for authentication and authorization, database, and wrote several unit tests. We used Node, Express, Mongoose, Twilo, Passport, Bcrypt and JWT tokens.
I built an Angular single-page app that calculates the Mean, Median, and Mode, based on user numerical input. I also used a Node and Browserify.
I created a single-page Node app that pulls data from the Weather Underground API and displays current weather conditions.