In your city
In your city
Image Search Abstraction Layer
and browse recent search queries like this:
. Then deploy it to Glitch.
Note that for each project, you should create a new GitHub repository and a new Glitch project. If you can't remember how to do this, revisit
Here are the specific user stories you should implement for this project:
I can get the image URLs, alt text and page urls for a set of images relating to a given search string.
I can paginate through the responses by adding a ?offset=2 parameter to the URL.
I can get a list of the most recently submitted search strings.
Once you've finished implementing these user stories, click the "I've completed this challenge" button and enter the URLs for both your GitHub repository and your live app running on Glitch.
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