Hi, I'm Megan. I'm a full stack developer from California. I love developing apps with React and learning new tricks in CSS. Among other things, I'm into traveling, hiking, and reading great, thought-provoking books.
Before getting into programming, I joined Teach For America and taught 3rd grade in the Mississippi Delta. Afterwards, I moved to Connecticut and taught science, coding and robotics at a charter school called Achievement First.
I frequently use React/Redux, Node.js/Express, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL to build web applications. I've also dabbled with Java, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails. I enjoy the challenge of learning different technologies and am always looking for new things to add to the stack.
Teaches French vocabulary, allows users to track their progress over time and practice more frequently on unmastered words.
Edster uses a spaced repetition algorithm. If a user answers a word incorrectly, he/she will see it more often in review than a word answered correctly. Once the user has submitted the right translation, the word will be pushed back into the queue and will be shown with the same frequency as other correctly answered vocabulary.
This project allowed me to understand a lot more about using a third-party authentication service like OAuth. I learned the basics of how such a system works through the use of access tokens as well as how to set it up across the app. Most importantly, I'm now able weigh the pros and cons of using an "out of the box" service like OAuth or building an authentication system from scratch.
Allows the user to track past, current and future flights.
Using the App
You can sign up for an account with an email and password or you can link the app to your Facebook account. Once in, enter your flight number with the airline code (i.e., SWA1132), the deparature airport code (SFO), and the deparature date.
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