and Ruby, using the MEAN stack and Rails framework.
At the end of 2016 I completed the TechLadies Bootcamp,
a part-time course where I built a full stack Ruby on Rails web app with two other amazing developers in training.
Then I did the
freeCodeCamp Front End Certification in May 2017
after working through the curriculum's algorithm exercises and projects. Finally I attended the NUS StackUp Full Stack Foundation programme, learning the MEAN stack and am on my way to being
a junior web developer. I've also been experimenting with React.js every chance I get.
I blog about Web Development and SEO at salielim.com if you're keen
to read more.
Hacker News Clone
A clone of the Hacker News website which features content submitted by users. This app features authentication, signup / login / logout, users are able to submit & upvote links, realtime updates on the UI provided with subscriptions.
Node.js + AngularJS
Tool that scan and manage website audits for search engine marketers and digital marketing agencies.
With a click of the button, the tool crawls every webpage.
Each page’s title, headings, meta description, etc. is saved. Then the user can view, monitor and analyse elements of the webpage that affects their site’s ranking at a glance with the table and search filters.
Groceries management system with search, edit & barcode features.
Ruby on Rails
Touch Young Arrows
The app that our team of 3 have created as part of TechLadies coding bootcamp features authentication using Devise
with different user account types & levels of permissions. The interface to add, edit & export to CSV information
of clients, staff and volunteers.