Introducing Code House - A whole new world of 300+ Developer Cheatsheets πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

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Hello Folks πŸ‘‹

This is Savio here. I hope you all are doing good. I'm young web dev with an intention to enhance as a successful web developer. Today, I'm super proud to introduce my latest and biggest ever project, which I had made till date as a submission for HarperDB Hackathon on Hashnode. Once the hackathon was announced, I was super busy organizing my time and put myself into a good schedule to complete the project by the deadline. After the hard work for 24 days, I finally could meet up with the project, I had in my mind. It was hard, but I loved every moment of it.

Little flashback

Developers love cheatsheets, we cannot leave without them. Indeed, that's true for me too. I always spend a lot of time hunting for the best cheatsheets, I waste a lot of time to find a good cheat sheet for my need. That gave me the thought that what if I could build a super huge storehouse of developer cheatsheets, and a user can get access easily to tons of cheatsheets according to his need. Once, I started building πŸ› οΈ, I found that they're more I could do to improve it. And that's how Code House started. The project is never finished, it is still becoming better and better. I'm glad I was able to create a super useful app for the DEV community πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’».


Introducing Code House

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Code House is the all-in-one storehouse for developer cheatsheets. Welcoming you to a whole new world of developer cheatsheets. Code House is made up of 300+ curated cheatsheets from 230+ sources. Filter by categories, or source, sort by time or popularity, dark mode, bookmark cheatsheets, add new cheatsheets, request feature, and much more features, make the app amazing! 🀟

Github Repo / Live Demo

✨️ Inspiration

Hunting for cheatsheets took a lot of time, and we developers don't like to waste it. And that is how I came up with an idea to create a website, that contains a huge amount of curated cheatsheets from the internet. All cheatsheets are reviewed and there will no such spam, giving developers a lot of time to code than hunt. There are 29 categories currently, so, if a user need a cheatsheet of a particular language, he can just sort it up.

There is a lot of content on the internet and it is not so easy to sort out which one is good, this is where code house takes place. All cheatsheets are curated and reviewed by users, therefore helping you to have the best one.

This was my first goal 🎯 in mind, and soon as I started building, I put myself into a schedule to improve the app with more advanced features.

TL;DR

Please watch the short teaser (~2 mins), use headphones 🎧

Now, let me introduce you to the amazing features code house have so far ✌️

  • 300+ Cheatsheets

    ezgif-3-90f2222cae93.gif Code House is well sufficient with more than 300+ developer cheatsheets from 230+ sources. All the cheatsheets are sorted into 29 categories making it easy to select one. You can filter all the cheatsheets by popular, oldest, newest or even use the search bar to find one.

  • Filter by Category (29 Cateogries)

    ezgif-3-f3b39b699acb.gif All cheatsheets are sorted into 29 categories, you can easily choose one according to your language or code. All the types of sorting like popular, oldest, newest and search bar will also work for the filter category cheat sheets.

  • Filter By Source (230+ Sources)

    ezgif-3-9b23faa136ee.gif If you need to filter cheatsheets by source, eg: you need cheatsheets from freecodecamp.org or medium.com, you can filter in super fast. You can also do advanced sorting too.

  • Bookmark Cheatsheets

    ezgif-3-51ac738bd820.gif If you found any cheatsheets interesting and want to save it for later πŸ”–, you can also do it. Just click on the bookmark icons and it will then be stored on bookmarks page.

  • Add new Cheatsheet (on browser itself)

    ezgif-3-4263a177f2d6.gif Yeah, you could. If you found a good cheat sheet, you can just click on the New Cheatsheet button and it will take you to a form where you could add a new cheatsheet with simple data, Cheatsheet Name, Website URL and Category. Your cheat sheet will be reviewed and added to the app, also see yourself in contributors.

  • On Review Cheatsheets

    codehouse-video (4).png You can help code house by reviewing cheatsheets, just go to codehouse.vercel.app/review, you can see the cheatsheets that are on review. If you think, they're good, you can give an upvote or a comment.

  • Separate page for each Cheatsheet

    codehouse-video (1).png Each cheatsheet has a special page dedicated to that cheat sheet. You can get to see a large amount of data and do more functions on that page. You can also see who has added the cheatsheet, or who wrote the cheatsheet.

  • Request for Features

    codehouse-video (2).png Do you have an idea to improove Code House, we love πŸ’– to hear your words. That's why we built feature requests page, you can easily add a new request or upvote the requests that're currently in.

  • Report Cheatsheet

    ezgif-3-c91b6577bced.gif We always need to keep Code House, clean and good for everyone. So, if you find any problems, such as spam, broken link, or like that. You can report it to us. Just click on the report button and you're good to go.

  • Contributors Page

    codehouse-video (3).png We proudly show our contributors on our main website and we love to ❀️ Go ahead and give a pull request, get featured on our contributor's page πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’». You can also be a contributor by just adding a cheat sheet on the web.

  • Dark mode

    codehouse-video (5).png Dark mode is a thing developers could not live with, that's why we built dark mode in Code House. Enjoy Code House in dark mode 🌘

  • Upvote/Comment on Cheatsheets

    ezgif-3-b30fb2f398b5.gif Feel free to add an upvote or a comment to a cheatsheet. You have full freedom to decide what you wanna do.

  • Toggle View (List View or Grid View)

    codehouse-video (6).png You can toggle between List View or Grid View according to your preferences. So, you can enjoy it in the way you wish.

  • Newsletter (once a week)

    codehouse-video (7).png If you sign up for the newsletter, we'll let you know when new cheat sheets are available. PS, we won't spam. Only once a week πŸ“¬.

  • GraphQL API Playground

    ezgif-3-fca986f60938.gif We're also providing a super productive graphql API playground - codehouse-graphql-api.herokuapp.com/. Here you can play with our API, and build new apps. How cool is that πŸ™Œ Here is a small documentation on how to use the API

Feel free to star ⭐️ the project if you found useful - github.com/saviomaritn/codehouse/

Code House is the next revolutionary app to hunt the best cheat sheets for all types ✨️

πŸ’» Built with

πŸ› οΈ Planning, Building, and Deploying

Here comes the most important part, but I enjoyed every bit of it. I worked confidently as well responsibly. I followed a good timetable, and I found time to code and make this app into reality. June is a pretty busy time for me as I'm a high schooler and have a lot to study. Yet, I was good.

I did the first commit to the app on June 2 and now we have over 500+ commits, which is just amazing. This is the first time, I could proudly say that I did my best πŸ’ͺ

  • Planning

    I'm a big fan of notion and I use to prioritize my work. I had my idea, the only thing I should do next, is to mind map how it should be. Yeah, it seemed pretty easy but time-consuming.

  • Designing

    I used Figma for my design, I'm not an expert but I know how to do basic designing and prototyping. I didn't completely design all pages at once, I took time and designed on and on when I get new ideas. In fact, the UI was rebuilt twice.

  • Building

    Yeah, time's up πŸ•‘ I loved the time I coded, this time, I thought of the problems I had in my last side project, I researched how I could make it work. Next JS started going trending and I was a complete noob to it. I watched some crash courses on youtube, read many blogs, created some code and that helped me to get a start and gradually, I felt it easy and started using it for Code House. I continued with Next JS and learned more. I just loved it after then.

    npx create-next-app -e with-tailwindcss codehouse
    

    Another thing for me to learn is Harper DB, I just out the official channel of Harper DB at youtube, they're doing a great job there. They're organizing podcasts and live coding. I followed some videos and learned to start using Harper DB, gradually, I started feeling that Harper DB is just amazing, it is super simple and easy to use. It has a large number of examples that helped a lot in building apps. I started loving it and learned how to get started.

    Hashnode has an amazing discord channel dedicated specially for #harperdbhackathon, it indeed helped me a lot, and thanks to the amazing devs helping there.
    Group 6 (1).png Here is the app diagram. This is how everything works, first I get the DB from harperdb, and can access it with API, and the client uses this API to access DB. GraphQL Playground also uses the same API. Together, they all work and provide a secure database.

    I created a code, where I could reuse anywhere and access all part of my database. Here is it ⬇️

    export const harperFetch = async (body) => {
    const request = await fetch(process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_DB_URL, {
      method: "POST",
      headers: {
        "Content-Type": "application/json",
        Authorization: `Basic ${process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_DB_AUTHORIZATION}`,
      },
      body: JSON.stringify(body),
    });
    
    return request.json();
    };
    

    and then, I created .env file in the root to get access to environmental variables.

    NEXT_PUBLIC_DB_URL= YOUR_HARPER_DB_DATABASE_URL
    NEXT_PUBLIC_DB_AUTHORIZATION= YOUR_HARPER_DB_AUTHORIZATION_ID
    

    and then I could use it anywhere on my app, saving a lot of time and duplication of same code ⬇️

    useEffect(async () => {
    // fetching
    const cheatSheets = await harperFetch({
      operation: "sql",
      sql: "SELECT * FROM dev.cheatsheets",
    });
    
    // storing data
    await setData(cheatSheets);
    }, []);
    

    Yeah, I could also interact with db like adding, or editing in the same way ⬇️

    harperFetch({
      operation: "insert",
      schema: "dev",
      table: "review",
      records: [{
          id: uuid,
          cheatsheet_name: cheatsheet_name,
          website_url: website_url,
          category: category,
      }],
    });
    

    I also was concerned about the UI and UX, that's why I took some time getting mood boards and desgning the app. I also cared about the animations, I tried to include many animations.

    For parallax effect, I used parallax.js, a pretty amazing library. To animate on scroll, I used AOS. For the steady animations, I used Animate.css. For the ripple effect, I use react-ripples library and for smooth toasting, I used react-hot-toasts. I created many animations on my own too.

    For underline animation, I created this code ⬇️

    .continuous-line {
      background: linear-gradient(currentColor 0 0) var(--d, 201%) 100% /200% 1.5px no-repeat;
      transition: 0.5s;
      width: fit-content;
    }
    .continuous-line:hover {
      --d: -101%;
    }
    

    and for image zooming effect ⬇️

    .parent-for-image-scale:hover .scale-on-hover {
      transform: scale(1.15);
    }
    

    and the shiny button animation ⬇️

    .shine {
      position: relative;
      overflow: hidden;
      transition: all 100ms linear;
    }
    .shine::after {
      content: "";
      top: -50%;
      display: block;
      width: 40%;
      height: 200%;
      left: -55%;
      background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.3);
      position: absolute;
      transform: rotate(25deg);
      transition: 0.5s;
    }
    .shine:hover::after {
      left: 120%;
    }
    

    and many more animations, I developed to give you the best interaction. I used to document by journey when I learn new tech or code something amazing, when I start building a side project, this becomes so handy πŸ™Œ

    I have already written a blog on creating a search filter, indeed, that's how I created it. I also have a blog on setting dark mode with tailwind. I used the exact same tutorial to create dark mode in code house. To setup Google and Github Authentication, I have written a tutorial on it. That's exactly how I could use it too.

    I generate cover images, description,s and more by extracting the meta of the webpage. I created my own API to do so. I made us of html-metadata-parser library and created a simple API.

    const websiteURL = req.query.url;
    Meta.parser(websiteURL, (err, result) => {
      if (err) {
          return res.status(400).json({
              message: "URL NOT FOUND",
          });
      } else {
          return res.status(200).json(result);
      }
    });
    

    And now, I used it by calling the API ⬇️

    http://localhost:3000/api/META/parser?url=https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-use-branches-in-git/
    

    To handle the sorting by time, popularity, oldest, newest. I made use sort() method of javascript. It was pretty easy to construct ⬇️

    if (sort === "newest") {
     cheatSheets.data
        .sort((a, b) => {
           return a.__createdtime__ - b.__createdtime__;
        })
        .reverse();
    } else if (sort === "oldest") {
     cheatSheets.data.sort((a, b) => {
        return a.__createdtime__ - b.__createdtime__;
     });
    } else {
     cheatSheets.data.sort((a, b) => {
        if (a.upvotes.length > b.upvotes.length) {
           return -1;
        } else {
           return 1;
        }
     });
    }
    

    And yeah, the total build process is far longer, I just told you the main part of it. Head over to Github Code and find more. I actively pushed my code to Github and crossed 500+ commits, the biggest ever commits I have made.

    Checkout the repo: https://github.com/saviomartin/codehouse, give a star ⭐️ if you liked it.

  • Deploying

    Vercel is my all-time favorite, I pretty much use it to host all my apps. In fact Next JS is best to host with Vercel, so, I stick on to my favorite. Deploying to Vercel, was super fast and easy, It automatically deploys again when I add new commits 🌊

    Feel free to try Code House: codehouse.vercel.app

🧐 Challenges

ChallengeSolution
Adding scroll animationsUsed AOS library
Sorting by timeUsed javascript sort()
Infinite ScrollingUsed react-infinite-scroll-component
Skeleton LoaderCreated with Pure CSS
Server Side RenderingMoved to next js
Search FilterUsed filter method of javascript
Generate cover image and descriptionExtracted meta
Parallax EffectUsed parallax.js library
Notifications withing the appUsed react-hot-toast library
Stop duplication of same contentUsed Lodash

🌈 What's next

Code House is the biggest ever project I have made till date, I have a big idea in my mind, and you can see a lot more features coming soon. These all are the things I have planned to do in the next few days πŸ‘€

  • Profile Page
  • PWA, In Progress ⏳️
  • Reply to a comment
  • Markdown support for feature requests
  • Twitter and Facebook Auth, In Progress ⏳️
  • Perform Operations with API
  • Create Collection when bookmarking cheatsheets
  • Featuring Cheatsheets on day basis
  • Generate Cover Image for missing ones
  • Settings page
  • Choose Secondary color
  • Notification tab
  • AMP Support, In Progress ⏳️
  • Hear description for posts, In Progress ⏳️

🍰 Contributing

Pull Requests are always welcome! You can add a cheat sheet on the browser. Your cheat sheet will be reviewed and added to the app, also see yourself in contributors.

If you wish to contribute using Github, you can work on any features codehouse.vercel.app/feature-requests or create one on your own. After adding your code, send us a Pull Request.

After your PR got merged, you'll be automatically appared on contributors page. Works through Github API.

πŸ›‘οΈ Licensed under MIT


πŸ‘€ Wrapping Up

Yeah, that's a wrap. Hope you enjoyed Code House. Feel free to bookmark the app, it will become super handy. I'd love to hear feedback and thoughts on Code House. Share on Twitter, tag me @SavioMartin7

πŸ™Œ Support

If you're enjoying my app, consider supporting me with a coffee β˜•οΈ

🌎 Lets connect

🎸 Feedback

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This is way too awesome! I just had a play with it. πŸ”₯

It has the potential to become big! Well done, Savio Martin! πŸ₯³

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Thank you Catalin Pit for the kind words, I appreciate it a lot. Glad to see you enjoyed the app. Thanks for the feedbackπŸš€

Tapas Adhikary's photo

This is huge. Excellent project with a fascinating outcome. You have made it despite lots of challenges.

Want to see it growing, Savio. Great work.

Savio Martin's photo

Thank you Tapas Adhikary, yes, I'm proud of myself that I made it to the end. Glad to see you loved the app. Appreciate the feedback πŸ₯³

Victoria Lo's photo

Wow I've been waiting! Good job!! It's fantastic, not only the project but this article is also so well-written πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Thank you Victoria Lo, It is so nice that you loved my project as well as my article. Appreciate the feedback. Thank you πŸ₯

Marko Denic's photo

Awesome project, Savio. You're one of the winners for sure. I'm so gonna use this.

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Brother Thank you Marko Denic, loved those kind words, appreciate it. Glad to see you found the app useful. Looking forward to your amazing side projects too πŸ”₯ Keep rocking 🀟

Yogesh Chavan's photo

This looks stunningπŸ”₯😍 Great Job Savio Martin

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Woah, thanks a ton Yogesh Chavan for the super-fast response, I just published it. Thank you for your feedback, glad to see you liked the app, More to come πŸ™Œ

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This looks phenomenal!!!! πŸ”₯βœ¨β€οΈβ€πŸ”₯

As Catalin mentioned below, it has potential, a lot of potential!!!!!

Man, it's astonishing, you are inspiring!!

Incredible!

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Woah Tiger Abrodi, thanks for the incredible feedback. This is amazing. I'm super proud to be told I'm inspiring, Don't know how to thank you πŸ’–

Rutik Wankhade's photo

This is an awesome project savio! It's going to be really useful. Love the look and feel of the app. πŸš€πŸ™Œ

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Thank you Rutik Wankhade for the feedback, glad to see my work gets appreciated. Appreciate it! πŸ₯

Eleftheria Batsou's photo

Wow, your job with this project is incredible. You put so much effort and the result is better than I'd except for such short notice.

Bravo Savio Martin.

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Thanks a ton Eleftheria Batsou, I'm so grateful to have those loving words. Means a lot, You rock πŸ₯

Anirudh Panda's photo

Great Workk Savio⚑ Loved the app and great you have overcomed all the challenges like a boss. Keep rocking buddyπŸ’ͺ

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Thank you Anirudh Panda for the kind words, Appreciate it, buddy. Glad to see you loved the app. πŸš€

Ayodele Samuel Adebayo's photo

wow-some, this is an amazing project Savio Martin, you've done it again as usual. keep the fire burning bro πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯.

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Woah, thanks a ton Ayodele Samuel Adebayo for the loving feedback. I will always come back with these amazing projects. Thanks for the feedback, appreciate it!

Favourite Jome's photo

The project is super huge Savio and also helpful. Great work Savio, keep making awesome projects!

P.S: I don't think I've said this, but your blog appearance is amazing!

Savio Martin's photo

You're welcome Favourite Jome. Glad you found the app helpful. Yes, I'll code more awesome projects. Thanks a lot for the feedback πŸš€

Also, thanks, you loved my blog. Appreciate it πŸ™Œ

Sai Ansul's photo

Amazing project and article! Loved the project, bookmarked!

Savio Martin's photo

Thanks a ton Sai Ansul for the kind words, glad you loved the project. More to come πŸ”₯

Edidiong Asikpo's photo

This is absolutely fantastic, Savio Martin. I strongly believe that a lot of developers will benefit from this project.

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Thank you Edidiong Asikpo, I too hope it does. Glad to see many developers are enjoying my app. Thanks for the kind words, appreciate it πŸ™Œ

Yash Waghmare's photo

Wow! At another level πŸ”₯ Enjoyed it!

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Thank you Yash Waghmare, glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the feedback, appreciate it πŸ™Œ

Chris Bongers's photo

Wow Savio, this is really impressive buddy! Can't believe at what quality and speed you can spit out these MVP's!

Truly inspiring ✨

Savio Martin's photo

Thank you Chris Bongers, I'm so glad you enjoyed Code House. Indeed of I'm so proud of myself 😌 Thank you! More to come πŸ₯°

Victor Ikechukwu's photo

Wow, this is awesome! Savio! πŸ”₯

You really put a lot of energy into creating this. And in such a short time! πŸ”₯. The dev community will really benefit from this. I have to say I'm impressed. Well done!, Savio Martin!. Keep it on! πŸ₯³

Savio Martin's photo

Thank you Victor Ikechukwu. I'm glad you enjoyed my app. Appreciate your feedback, More coming πŸ”₯

Jalaj Gupta's photo

Awesome app Savio, I just love it.

How do you create these gifs and intro videos?

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Jalaj Gupta's photo

Savio Martin Thanks for the reply. We can make videos in canva?

Savio Martin's photo

Jalaj Gupta Yeah, there're many video templates to work on

Ishan Kumar's photo

This is really good savio. However, the process wasn't very clear if someone wants to add new cheatsheet. I now understand that you basically have to put cheatsheat somewhere else and share thr URL on the site. I mistakenly created an empty sheet : codehouse.vercel.app/review/6d8a81fdbfd2463..

and want to delete it now.

Also it will be great if you can add few more categories for automation say "UI Auotomation", "API Automation" etc for test developers.

Thanks

Savio Martin's photo

Thank you Ishan Kumar for the feedback. I thought it was clear, no worries. If you find a cheatsheet, you can add the url. The description, image, and all will get automatically generated. Your cheatsheet will be on review, if that's good enough, it will move to the official app page. πŸ”₯

Cheers! 🀟

Ishan Kumar's photo

Thank you Savio Martin Considering Adding more categories for SDET's like us :)

Rajat Kapoor's photo

Fantastic job Savio. You've done it again πŸ™Œ

The app looks fabulous and will be extremely helpful for all devs.

And I love the explainer video. What did you use to create that?

Savio Martin's photo

Thank you Rajat Kapoor, Appreciate the feedback. Glad to see you found the app useful. I'm super happy. I created the video using canva and jitter

Lalit's photo

This is super fabulous Savio Martin!! πŸ”₯
Glad you were able to make it to the end after such difficult times

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Thank you Lalit for the kind words, Indeed I'm happy that I could make it to the end. Also, I'm glad that I have a good friend like you to support me.

Subha Chanda's photo

Awesome project! Bookmarked the URL.

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Thank you Subha Chanda, It is going to become super handy soon. Thanks for bookmarking!

Divya Xavier's photo

Amazing app Savio Martin, you just rock 🎸 The look and feel is amazing, Keep up the amazing work. Well done!

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Thank you Divya Xavier, glad to see you enjoyed my app, more to come. Stay tuned πŸ₯

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awesome project !! also loved the way you have written this article. those intro videos are awesome.

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You're welcome Gaurav Tewari, Glad to see you enjoyed the article, More to come πŸ™Œ

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Woow Savio! This is really awesome and definitely useful!😍😍

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Thank you Mr.Unity Buddy, glad you found the app useful. Appreciate it, more to come πŸ₯³

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This is awesome Savio Martin! Absolutely loved it πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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Thank you Apoorv Tyagi for your feedback, Glad to see you loved the app. Appreciate it, more to come ⭐️

Nishant Gour's photo

Your project really solves a real-world problem. I can not imagine you came up with such an awesome project in a short span of Time.

Fly High Savio

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Thanks for the amazing words Nishant Gour, I'm so happy that you enjoyed my app. Thanks for the feedback, yes I'm trying to fly as high as I could, appreciate it πŸ‘

Bello's photo

Great design. I love it Savio Martin.

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Thank you Bello, Glad you loved my app. Appreciate your feedback 🀟

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This is so cool! Savio Martin

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Thank you Aarushi Shanker, Glad you enjoyed the app. Feedback is appreciated. More to come 🀟

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This is just awesome !

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Thank you Saumya Ranjan Nayak, Appreciate your feedback. More coming soon πŸ”₯

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Woah! This is amazing! Definitely, I'm gonna use thisπŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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Awesome, Glad you found the project helpful. More to come. Thanks for the feedback ✨️

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Amazing !!! Great work Savio Martin and thanks for sharing this with us

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Thank you StackUpDev, Glad you enjoyed my app. Appreciate it 🀟

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this is great stuff here Savio Martin!! amazing work 😍

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Thank you Pranav Sarda, Glad you enjoyed code house. Appreciate it ✨️

Jesus Guerrero's photo

Wow your app is pretty impressive as well as useful. it will have a place in my bookmarks for sure.

Good job and good luck in the hackaton.

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Thank you Jesus Guerrero, Glad to see you enjoyed my app. Thanks for the feedback, Appreciate it. More coming on the way 🀟

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This 14yo dev is really a prodigy <3

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Thank you Karthik Arwin. Glad to see you loved Code House, appreciate the feedback πŸ₯°

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nice!

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Thank you wang xiao bo , Glad you enjoyed the app 🀟

Andrew Baisden's photo

This is masterpiece, amazing well done Savio Martin πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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Thank you Andrew Baisden, Glad you loved πŸ₯°

Madza's photo

Great project, just tested out πŸ˜‰πŸ‘ Also curious, which app did you use to make the .gif animations in the article? πŸ˜‰

Savio Martin's photo

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed the app. I mad gifs using canva 🀩

Laksh Arora's photo

I didn't read the whole article! I was just amazed by the whole information and the quantity that's compiled into an article :) Good Luck Buddy ^-^

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Thank you buddy! Glad you enjoyed 😍

Soham Shah's photo

Probably the best UI apps I have seen in my lifetime! 😍 It was a joy to use and totally loved the project!

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Thank you Soham Shah, it is a joy that you loved the UI a lot. Glad to see you loved Code House, appreciate the feedback πŸ₯°

Piyush Sinha's photo

Awesomeness Overloaded!

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Thank you Piyush Sinha for the amazing feedback, Appreciate it πŸ‘

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Great work my bro!!

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You're welcome Jobin S, Glad to see you enjoyed code house. More features are on the way. Thank you bro πŸ₯

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This is awesome!