Simple React to-do app. Work in progress - adding new features and making code better as I learn more about React. To-do application - first bigger project in React
Simple React to-do app. Work in progress - adding new features and making code better as I learn more about React.
For basic showing of the function, four static tasks were added as a default (but if you w ant to test app, you can add any other items you want :) ).
Currently serverless, just front-end with React.
Current functionalities (omega version):
list all of the to-do item
importance of the task is also depicted by color of used pin (purple for the most important, green for the least)
sorting listed items according to their importance, deadline or alphabetically by title with possible reset to default order (the order they were added in)
searching for the to-do with specific name
basic autocomplete function showing all names of existing items that corresponds to the typed search keyword
cd <your-repository-name> npm install
Used technologies: React, Create React App, React Router, customized sorting function in sort, JSX, CSS, CSS variables, Bootstrap, SVG
For the project configuration was used Create React App package.
Bootstrap was used for basic styling but heavily customized.
Source Code: https://github.com/Alice-Rez/Not-to-forget
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