Project prompts will be available on Epicenter at 8:00 am Friday for full-time students and 8:00 am on Thursday for part-time students. Before you begin your project, make sure to take a moment to review the Independent Projects and Code Reviews lesson.
Your code will be reviewed for the following objectives:
.gitignorefile and is not to be tracked by Git, and includes instructions on how to create the
appsettings.jsonand set up the project.
We are looking for your best effort in implementing a further exploration objective. Why? Some are more challenging than others, like authentication. We want to encourage you to challenge yourself for this project and not feel the pressure of needing to successfully complete an objective to simply pass. With the time you have in class to work on further exploration and the skills you have at the end of this course, we generally expect to see that most students complete this objective.
Your teacher will review your README and your commit history to understand your progress on implementing a further exploration objective. If you do not complete a further exploration objective, make sure that your project documentation reflects this. We recommend updating the "Known Bugs" section of your README, but you may find a better location to relay this information.
When a project is both polished and in a portfolio-quality state, this means:
All independent coding projects at Epicodus have these baseline requirements:
Submit your Github repository to the Building an API Code Review on Epicenter.
Visit Independent Projects and Code Reviews for details on how to submit your code, how feedback works and course completion requirements.