Let's discuss your "Random Quote Machine"

Let's discuss your "Random Quote Machine"
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#21

Project Link - noypweb.comli.com/freecodecamp/


#22

Hey, your link is not working.


#23

Went for minimal styling, but still covered all the functionality.

Project Link - https://codepen.io/bsandusky/full/oLNRdr/


#24

I’ve a two-for-one Random Generator: this one is what I believe satisfies the User Stories for the project. There’s a link on this page to my first iteration, which captured keypresses instead of using buttons. I’m looking for usability feedback, and general code review. Anything is appreciated!
Project Link - https://codepen.io/bradleyhop/pen/BzBwpW?editors=0010


#25

I used this proxy for CORS and seem to be getting good response times:
https://jsonp.afeld.me/?url=

I’m using the same quote api, so its definately your CORS proxy… and I just plugged in the proxy into your code and it works super fast.


#26

I’ve been slowly working on a “Create Your Own Custom Quotes API Application” where individual users could create their own quotes API by simply adding quotes and authors from a simple interface. I would enable cross origin requests. Do you all think that campers would like that?

I’ve it about 70% of the way done now.


#27

Project Link - http://codepen.io/bonham000/full/PNdxVL/


#28

Loving the computer design!


#29

This is my attempt at the world’s ugliest random quote generator.

The only problem I have is that it tweets the previous quote and not the current one.

All feedback welcomed. http://codepen.io/jameswinfield/pen/vKOdKQ


#30

Hey! check this one inspired by material design

Project Link - http://codepen.io/light-flight/full/yJNwBz/


#31

pretty sweet animation!


#32

quite original! like this one


#33

Here is mine. It ended up taking a good bit longer than I thought( about 6 hours in total ), but I learned a lot :slight_smile: Any feedback would be appreciated.
Project Link - http://codepen.io/Josh5231/full/EyjLJW/


#34

Nice dude, I dig the UNIX display. I used the same api but I like your design approach better given the programming theme.


#35

Project Link - http://codepen.io/Kleineken/full/dMBaER/


#36

Project Link - https://codepen.io/bakajan/pen/dMgwEr


#39

Original version
Project Link - http://codepen.io/MutantSpore/full/dojjre/

Newer version based more on the current example
Project Link - http://codepen.io/MutantSpore/full/OXyWpX/


#40

Project Link - http://codepen.io/Topzie/full/YqpYzN/

At that time I had no idea of JSON queries, so I just put up a small array of quotes. I’m sure I will do this one over again, but have no idea when. So much to do, so little time. :blush:


#41

Here it is my “Random Quote Machine”, completed just a couple of hours ago:
Project Link - http://codepen.io/secan/full/NrqmLJ/

Feedbacks (constructive) criticisms and suggestions for improvement are more than welcome :wink:

Thanks


#42

I like it very much; nice clean design and clean code.

May I ask you whether there is any particular reason/advantage that made you decide to set the href value of the twitter button when you call the function setQuote() rather than on('click') on the twitter button itself?
If you set its value on('click') you don’t have to hard-code the default value.