Independent project prompts are now delivered exclusively through Epicenter, and will no longer be available on LearnHowToProgram. Here's how you'll access them moving forward:
- Login to Epicenter.
- Select your current course from the Course Listing section.
- This will bring you to a code review detail page.
- The project prompt will automatically be published to this page on Friday at 8:00am.
- Before 8:00am Friday, only the objectives will be visible. (Same objectives detailed below).
- Submit the GitHub repository containing your project in the Submission section of the code review detail page in Epicenter before 5:00pm Friday.
Your code will be reviewed for the following objectives:
- Application uses a model to organize data.
- Separate components are used for creating and editing instances of a model and for viewing a list of instances.
- TypeScript is used throughout application; including variable data types.
- Users can successfully create and edit instances of a model.
- Models can be filtered using a pipe.
- Project is in a polished, portfolio-quality state. (Clear code presentation, error free, basic styling, complete README, thoughtful UI, etc.)
- README contains details on functionality you'd include in the future, given the opportunity.
- Required functionality was in place by the Friday deadline.
- Project demonstrates understanding of week's concepts. If prompted, you are able to discuss your code with an instructor using correct terminology.
Submit your code for review to the Angular code review on Epicenter by 5:00pm on Friday.
Visit Independent Projects and Code Reviews for details on how to submit, how feedback works and course completion requirements.