[Feedback] Hey Friends, I could use some feedback on my Local Weather App!

[Feedback] Hey Friends, I could use some feedback on my Local Weather App!
0

#1

Hey everyone! It would be awesome if you could take some time to check out my Local Weather App Project! I would like to hear thoughts about the actual code, but any other feedback and comments would be super helpful.

Thanks!


#2

Hey Dave,

I have never before in my life laid eyes upon such readable code.
Your variable naming, commenting and structure makes your code very clean and easy to interpret, so I think this is pretty excellent.

I can’t really find fault in your use of JavaScript and control structures, it resembles pretty closely to what I did myself. I’m fairly new to JavaScript though, so maybe there is an ace out there that might point out how we might shave off some nanoseconds!

In terms of appearance, it’s well laid out and clear. It’s totally personal preference, but I’d probably go for a more minimalist / flat sort of approach. There’s a good cheatsheet of colours here: https://flatuicolors.com/

This sun, this innocent and tenaciously, intensely happy sun - yet it evokes memories and feelings of a dark time, times of creating school reports and presentations in the office 98 suite.

But, honestly, everything looks good man!

Nice job and happy coding


#3

This sun, this innocent and tenaciously, intensely happy sun - yet it evokes memories and feelings of a dark time, times of creating school reports and presentations in the office 98 suite.

Bahaha too funny!

I was practicing some CSS “best practices” that I don’t really understand, but I’m glad the point got across and made the code readable. Site design is something that I’m still getting a grasp on, so this Flat UI Colors page will definitely be going in my resources bookmark!

Thanks for the time and the kind words, cheers!