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JS Notes


JS Notes

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#100DaysOfCode

Day 32: December 9, 2021

  • To focus on CRUD, I worked on a JavaScript notes app based on a tutorial by dcode.

  • The app is keyboard accessible and has an adjustable sidebar with usage of Interact.js.

  • The app uses local storage for data persistence and JavaScript modules to render the HTML view.

  • This app is best viewed on a desktop computer or a laptop, using a Chrome, Firefox, or Edge browser.


Installation

1. Git clone and cd into the repo folder:

git clone git@github.com:emjose/js-notes-app.git && cd js-notes-app

2. Right-click on the index.html file and select Open with Live Server

Installation


Live Site

Live Site

JS Notes is best viewed on a desktop computer or a laptop, using a Chrome, Firefox, or Edge browser.

• The sidebar is adjustable, and long titles and note contents are scrollable.

JS Notes is a progressive web app.

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GIF demo: Data Persistence

Live Site

• Local storage is used for data persistence, and notes can be viewed, added, and deleted.

• When a note is selected for deletion, a browser prompt appears for confirmation (not captured by GIF recording).

GIF demo: Editing Notes

Live Site

Notes can be edited, and the list of notes are sorted by most recent timestamp of edits.


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A notes app that uses local storage for data persistence. JavaScript modules render the HTML view.

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