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Grant Royseth

@groyseth
Minnesota
40Points

Student at the University Of Minnesota for Full Stack Developer certificate. Take a look at my work!

Latest Solutions

  • Desktop design screenshot for the Space tourism multi-page website coding challenge

    React, SCSS

    #react#sass/scss
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JS
    0
    Submitted

    What I found difficult and a big learning experience is learning SCSS for media quarries. It make the SCSS files so much more organized when a specific class has its own media query instead of putting all the classes into on query. I had a bit of difficulty with the explore button to change the page since I built the page with out having that functionality in mind but in the end it was a simple fix by mixing the functionally of the navbar with the explore button. I put most of the data into a data.js file to keep the pages clean but I am not sure if there was a better way to do it and I couldn't get the pictures from the data, so I had to import them separately.

  • Desktop design screenshot for the Interactive rating component coding challenge

    Interactive-Rating-Component

    #jquery
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JS
    1
    Submitted

    So, I started off with trying to use Figma but I don't really understand it. I had to start over essentially but when using CSS I was able to make a lot more progress. On another foot, I am color blind lol. I was struggling there for a second.

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