Let’s discuss your “Timestamp Microservice”

Let’s discuss your “Timestamp Microservice”


Greetings, Fellow Campers!
This topic is for listing and review of Timestamp Microservice projects built as a part of FCC challenges.

  • Post reviews as a specific reply to the link which you are reviewing.


Here is my project link,
Project Link => http://timestampms-fcc.herokuapp.com/
Source Code => https://github.com/AungMyoKyaw/timestamp-ms


Project Link – > https://brusbilis.com/freecodecamp/v1/apis/time/time.html

Source Code --> https://github.com/brusbilis/freeCodeCamp/tree/master/v1/back-end/apis


Really excited move to back-end side.

View my project: https://timestampms-joey.herokuapp.com/

Source Code: https://github.com/AsimoLoveGym/Timestamp-Microservice

Dateformat library used, you don’t have to worry about the date format any mroe. https://github.com/felixge/node-dateformat

Any comments are welcome. :smiley:


Project: https://enigmatic-scrubland-90728.herokuapp.com/
Github: https://github.com/SehrOne/Timestamp-Microservice


Live project link
GitHub source code

Happy to hear any opinions, comments, suggestions, etc. :slight_smile:


Happy New Year, everyone!

I am at the very beginning of the first of the API Projects challenges, having successfully completed every single FCC challenge that has come before.

But I am still not entirely clear about how exactly Node.js, Heroku, and GitHub work together to create and then support a microservice. I run the risk of writing some code in node that I think will work, have it fail in testing, and have no idea where the failure lies.

So there are some things I’d like to pick apart. First, I’d like to see exactly how an application uses a microservice that is hosted in Heroku. To this end I was thinking of maybe writing a dirt simple application on CodePen that takes some kind of user input (like the person’s name) and returns something like “Hello, your name is [username]” but do this via a microservice hosted on Heroku.

Question is, from the above proposed idea, do I even have my concepts straight? Is the above a way to kind of “see” how an application “uses” a microservice?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!


Heroku - https://guarded-chamber-47473.herokuapp.com/
Github - https://github.com/davidpickup/freecodecamp-timestamp


Nice! Passes testing.


Heroku: https://timestampapiforfcc.herokuapp.com/
Github: https://github.com/olddognewtrix123/timestamp-api


Git: https://github.com/ARWL2016/timestamp-microservice

Heroku: https://blooming-harbor-86478.herokuapp.com/

I used a form for input and appended an object to the html using handlebars, instead of sending JSON.


Heroku: https://timestamp-microservice0.herokuapp.com
GitHub: https://github.com/Luiko/timestamp-microservice


app: https://miwst-timestamp-microserver.herokuapp.com/
github: https://github.com/miwst/timestamp-microserver/


Heroku: https://timestampede.herokuapp.com/
Github: https://github.com/Zooll8/timestampMicroservice


Project Link

I’m excited to get this all working together and to develop some sort of deployment process. If you see any issues or have suggestions feel free to rip it apart. Two things I know I should change are, add comments and add a helpful README.md.


Here is my project:

I used gomix instead of heroku because that seems to be the way FCC is going.


Hello! Here is my project, any feedbacks are welcome. Thank you.



Howdy guys,

Here is my project:
As it is hosted
And the repository here

I tried using Glitch (previously known as GoMix) after seeing @lucas-rodrigues20 and @LarryMary using it. It seems pretty damn awesome, super simple to set up your project and it seems like your app runs perpetually (unlike cloud9?). How did you guys find it?

Any who, godspeed to you folks visiting this page from the future!


Hi everyone! Here’s my:

Github: https://github.com/TefiC/Timestamp-microservice/tree/experimental
Heroku: https://timestamp-microservice-est.herokuapp.com/


Project Link: https://timestampmicroserviceapi.herokuapp.com/
Source: https://github.com/waqarHocain/timestamp-microservice