Adding More Tests

My school’s telescope project is coming along quite nicely. Although I didn’t contribute too much to the project, it’s still nice to see a working iteration now. Last time I worked on the summarizer functionality and its tests. After looking over the available issues, I decided to implement more test cases for existing functionality. Specifically,Continue reading “Adding More Tests”

Scraping My Old PR Implementation For a Better Design

So in a previous post, I was talking about my experience working on a new modal on the pagermon project. Although the participants liked the implementation, they all seemed eager to have an accordion view instead of a popup modal. Hence, in response to that I just posted and took on a new issue onContinue reading “Scraping My Old PR Implementation For a Better Design”

Note to Self: AngularJS Isn’t Angular

So I continued working in the open source community and I decided to make further contributions to a previous repo I worked on, pagermon. Last time, I added some additional settings to the webpage that allowed for the toggling of each column in the pager table. My PR also added the ability to change theContinue reading “Note to Self: AngularJS Isn’t Angular”

In Search for a Long-Term Side Project

Well, Hacktoberfest is now over and I have completed the four required PRs for their T-shirt. With its conclusion, I think I have enough experience working with open source projects to understand their workflow. It is time to decide what to do next. Right now, my current thought is to find one big project thatContinue reading “In Search for a Long-Term Side Project”

Hacktoberfest: Revisiting Angular

Going into the fourth week of Hacktoberfest. Update in regards to my PHP and Laurel self-learning process: I did not get much progress done. Lots of family matters got in the way this week and the PR I was working on required a lot of relearning and learning of the technologies they used, Angular andContinue reading “Hacktoberfest: Revisiting Angular”

Hacktoberfest: Taking A Step Back

So last week I was attempting to complete an Issue for the Goodwork repo. It required me to learn PHP and then everything else was pretty straight forward! That was a lie. Overconfidence is My Downfall Goodwork utilized a PHP framework known as Laurel, which I obviously have no experience with since I was newContinue reading “Hacktoberfest: Taking A Step Back”

Hacktoberfest: First Attempt at a PR

In my last post, I said that I was preparing for Hacktoberfest. Now that it is October, it is time to start. For my first pull request, I attempted with an issue from GoodWork, a project management and collaboration software. The issue required me to make a backend “delete” API for the backend. First, asContinue reading “Hacktoberfest: First Attempt at a PR”

Hacktoberfest Pre-Party! The Issue Hunt Begins

Since the beginning of the month, I have been preparing myself to work with the Open-Source community by learning git and familiarizing myself with the issue resolution workflow on GitHub. Now that October is around the corner, it is time to put my knowledge to test and participate in Hacktoberfest! My Goals for the EventContinue reading “Hacktoberfest Pre-Party! The Issue Hunt Begins”

Contributing to Other Repositories

Last time, I learned how to utilize git and Github to create and manage my own work. Today, I continue to learn with the git workflow by handling pull requests and issues on Github. Creating and Resolving Issues: The Process First, I looked picked another classmate’s repo and looked over their website. Afterwards, I determinedContinue reading “Contributing to Other Repositories”

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