What to make next to a blog
After creating some simple blogs and portfolio sites, what should you do next?
The search results for apps that can be created with Django are as follows:
- Online Store with Payment
- Interactive Web Maps
- Social Network App
- Pinterest clone
- News Aggregator Web Application
- Location-Based Web App
- Content Management System
- Video Chatting Website
- Python Calorie Counter
- Chat App
- Automatic Tweets Posting
- To do App
- Resume builder
- Notes App
- Quiz App
- and MORE
Make sure you publish them whatever you make
I think that beginners often publish only the learning record on the blog, but even if you are a complete beginner, I think that making it to publish first will accelerate learning.
First public work: Japanese learning site (Japanese book search API implementation)
Ready to use APIs:
There are no products I want to sell on the EC site, but it would be interesting to create a membership-based paid salon. However, suddenly incorporating various functions is too high a hurdle and seems to be frustrating, so for the time being, I added the book search API provided by Rakuten to the blog site.
What I am learning this time
tinymce (an online rich-text editor released as open-source software under the LGPL. It has the ability to convert HTML textarea fields or other HTML elements to editor instances.) Worked in the development environment, but after deployed to vultr, it stopped working, so I gave up on the way…. I would like to try and error so that it can be used at the next deployment.
My current goal is to create a student management screen for the English conversation school I’m currently running in Django. A lot of code for student management is also posted on github, so I will try to make it while referring to them. I will report the progress later.
Also, the app called Automatic Tweets Posting seems to be fun. However, I rarely tweet myself, so it will take some time to think about the content of the tweet.
If you don’t make about 5 more apps, you won’t be able to come up with new ideas. Immediately open Visual studio code and start writing code! see you!