A web app to help a restaurant keep track of its inventory throughout the day. Capstone project for Codecademy Django course ¶
Well, I think I’m finally ready to show this off:
Been learning web development with Django on Codecademy. After completing the capstone project the standard Django web 1.0 way, I spent some time htmx-ifying it, as well as sprinkling some hyperscript throughout (which makes this a #djhype app before the stack was coined ).
Extremely pleased with the UI patterns I was able to achieve this way! Christ is opening doors for me at my job as I learn this stuff, so I’m thankful to Him for the opportunity to practice with these libraries.
You can see the code at https://github.com/iamjameswalters/codecademy-mealwise
You can interact with a live demo of the site at https://iamjameswalters.pythonanywhere.com/
Thanks! This is the stack my coworker and I are about to use to reimplement an internal web app we have, so this was all valuable practice.
htmx/hyperscript are definitely elevating the quality of this project, because we wouldn’t have fussed with JS for it
A web app to help a restaurant keep track of its inventory throughout the day.
Capstone project for Codecademy Django course.
The majority of that was added after completing the requirements for the assignment (v1.0)
Try it Out ¶
Visit iamjameswalters.pythonanywhere.com to interact with a live demo of the app.
The database should reset nightly. Feel free to create your own account, or use user: testuser/pass: mealwise .
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