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As part of the Thinkful Coding Bootcamp, I’ve made a Pokèmon Quiz App. Used are:
Using jQuery and fetching from a 3rd party API, I wanted to create a Dungeons & Dragons Web app that could help players have fun. What better way than to create a tool that would help Dungeon Masters (DMs) who were caught off guard by player actions? Meet ProcrastiMonster.
The Monster Manual assigns monsters by Combat Rating (CR), which is a number assigned to match four adventurers of equal level. Without sifting through hundreds of pages, a DM can randomly generate six challenging foes with a single click, and proceed to choose the proper enemy by its picture. Used are:
- GET Requests, 3rd party API
The repo: https://github.com/nomcgill/DnDprocrastiMonster
In action: http://procrastimonster–nomcgill.repl.co/
(Not secured GET requests from the source API means ProcrastiMonster is not iOS enabled. Sorry!)