end/line Week 5 — Journal

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 The last week has mostly seen Greg put the finishing touches on the basics of the front-end. On my side, I’ve been building some queries and fixing minor bugs that I’ve already found. As of now, the system for logging in and out works completely and there’s only a “My Account” button in the nav bar when you’re logged in.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Coming up, I’m going to be taking over most of the work and actually incorporating the back-end database calls with the front-end. I’ve been waiting to do this until Greg finishes the majority of the front-end. Since I’m probably going to need to make changes, I didn’t want to mess with what he was working with.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Not much for me this week. But that’s definitely going to change next week.

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