Hello Thanks for stopping by! We're two 16 years old developers located in Germany. To be honest, we were not really innovative, but very productive! As we both are huge fans of the Material Design, we decided to build some powerful and lightweight components. Instead of using as many libraries as possible, we're trying to minimize the amount of external libraries. All the animations, gestures and logics are handcrafted and optimized at their best.
You want to include a step-by-step tutorial or a videoplayer in your app and don't want to spend too much time? The Modern Material Components are the answer!
This is something like a library of good-looking Material components.
Well, it wasn't really much to show, but we would like you to take a more accurate look at the source.
We're using the Angular API really well - Animation Builder API - View Children - Change Detection - Element Rendering
To be honest, we weren't that innovative, but definitely super productive!
With our components you do not have to mess around with complex animations or code structure anymore. We minified the code you have to include:
<md-stepper> <md-step label="Introduction" optional="true|false"> ...step content </md-step> ....You can include more steps like above. </md-stepper>
You can review our code we've written in our github repository. The code has a strict copyright and distribution or change of the code is not allowed. https://github.com/rumblex/angularattack2016-wingo-team
It would be great if a professional judge takes a look, who has a strong knowledge with Material Design and clean / perfect code. We put a lot of value in the source of our Angular 2 components. Those are using the Angular API really well.
angular2 angular-material2 typescript fs-extra systemjs typings glob travisci
This app is not very useful.
Nice looking base work
So what did you do the other 24 hours? ;) good components. If you open up your repo, we could look at the code and maybe giver better feedback on the design (and score accordingly) the slider didn't react on tactile input on a phone by the way.
I hope you guys will make this code public on github. I am looking forward to stepper component. Great job guys.
Great work guys. Good design is also reflected in code. Love that you guys are so passionate about coding and best practices at such a young age.
Nice looking components!
Looks good, are you planing on writing more components in the future?
really useful components specially video player. good going guys.
You know what, much respect for young developers to create something like this using nice Material components! It's not terribly innovative but it's a nice showcase that could be used in a portfolio. Why not?
They all looked great, the code also was clean and simple
TIP: comments in code are always appreciated
Really great job, looked amazing!