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  1. Note to Self is an app that seeks to aid users in their goal to rewire their inner dialogue from negative self-talk to affirmative new habits. Users can do this by creating an account and schedulin…

    JavaScript 2

  2. Forked from TeamBathtub/TwitchFeed-App

    This project is for all the Twitch enthusiast who want to always be on top of the latest Streamers! This project was built in Vue.js in the front-end and Twitch-API, Express.js, node, and Postgres…


  3. Forked from team-zoo/zoo-backend

    Zoo data API using Express and MongoDB. This app has a built in CLI that allows you to search through out database in order to find our Zoos, list of animals, search for a zoo with your zipcode, an…


  4. Forked from alchemy-fullstack-js-winter-2019/bitmap-transformer

    This was a pair programming back-end app that transformed binary code into hex colors in order to manipulate pictures.


  5. Forked from alchemy-bootcamp-two-fall-2018/lorem-ipsum-master-detail

    This project has a series of different Lorem Ipsums. You can click on the ipsum and have it display on the bottom. This project was specifically created to learn more about component architecture.


  6. Forked from alchemy-fullstack-js-winter-2019/redux-blog

    This app is a law themed blog using the JSON placeholder API to generate users, posts, and comments. Click on a user and you are able to see all their comments or posts and see all the comments for…

    JavaScript 1

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