Barcelona Code School

Turtle Weather

iOS native app build with React Native

Turtle Weather app was developed as a native mobile app project by our student Anders T. Nicolaysen during JavaScript Full-Stack Bootcamp.

Minimalistic retro vintage weather app with pixel graphics to display your current location weather and forecast for 3 upcoming days. It also let's you choose any location in the world to see current weather/forecast.

Weather'n'jokes

iOS native app build with React Native

Weather'n'jokes is a cute weather app developed by Magda Freitas during JavaScript Full-Stack Bootcamp with some jokes inside showing weather at the current location and allowing user to enter a city manually.

This weather app can show the weather at your current location plus forecast for 5 days. It allows to enter a city and see weather there as well. Plus it has some jokes!

Budgetizer

iOS native app build with React Native

Budget Tracker app helps you to create budget projects and track incomes/expenses. Every new project can have a starting and ending date, currency of your choice and initial budget.

All the expenses could be organised by categories, the remaining balance could be displayed visually in several different ways. You can sort your expenses/incomes by date or amount.

At any moment you can convert any project to another currency with historical data available to make a conversion with any date in the past.

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Responsive React NavBar

npm package for fully customisable navbar built by our instructor Antonello Sanna

Built in a truly React.js way this navbar is totally customisable via props, all the links, items, colors, sizes, logo, etc are passed through props. And it has dropdowns as well!

Check it out for your next project, it will save a lot of time.

Get it directly from npmjs with this link.

CSS Grid

A simple introduction to the CSS Grid

This is a super beginner-friendly introduction made by BCS for the Google I/O 2018 extended talks. An 8-step process, in every step new stuff being added and marked with comments in the html or css file.

Get it directly from GitHub with this link.