ATM Machine App

This week we are focusing on React and simple components. We were tasked with creating a ATM machine app. The user is able to deposit money or take out a “cash” withdrawal. The app keeps track of the account balance and utilizes a drop-down menu that allows the user to choose “Deposit” or “Cash Back.” The submit button is disabled until the user puts in a valid value.

For our next portfolio project, we are building a Bad Bank that uses React to manage several pages. I’m a little intimidated by this project because React and JSX are still challenging to me. I’m looking forward to using what I learned during this project to prepare for the Bad Bank App. I’ve found some MITxPro alumni projects on YouTube and plan on watching those to prepare.

Check out my GitHub repository for this project.

To Do List App

Hi, Friends! It’s been a while. I spent a few weeks traveling with the family and had a Break Week from MITxPro. I continued to work on my Full Stack Codecademy Path during the break, but I didn’t add any new projects to my GitHub since my portfolio.

We are currently learning React in both my MITxPro Bootcamp and Codecademy. This has taken up most of my time as React can be challenging to learn. Here is my first React App: A To Do List.

It’s a simple app with just a few bells and whistles. The goal was to learn the basics of building a React app, styling it, and refactoring the code. I struggled with this longer than I would like to admit. If this were a functional app, I would add a DatePicker instead of a dropdown menu, a place to add notes, and an option to include attachments.

Screenshot of the To Do List App

Check out my GitHub Repository and let me know what you think.