Welcome to week 13 of Intro to Web Dev!
Note: This week’s project is extra credit. I encourage you to complete it so you can have a professional portfolio for your resume, so it’s worth 10 bonus points. But if you choose to skip it, it won’t count against you.
You’ve been using Replit and the p5.js editor to create your project. These are great tools for smaller projects and prototypes, because they let you quickly edit your code and immediately see the result.
But as you build more complicated webpages, you’ll generally use a separate host for your files. This week you’ll learn about a host called GitHub Pages.
Work through the activities in this page to complete the week!
First, learn about GitHub Pages:
Create your own webpage using GitHub Pages.
Now you know how to use GitHub Pages to host a webpage. For this week’s project, you’ll use GitHub Pages to create your own personal portfolio page.
Personal portfolio pages are a great way to improve your resume. You can’t fit everything you’ve ever done on a resume, but you can link to your portfolio page!
Because your portfolio page is so unique to you, I’m not giving you any strict requirements. As long as you have a page you can link to, you’ll get the 10 bonus points. I encourage you to make it your own!