Stargaze (ALMOST 3000 LINES!!!) (100 cycles project)
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Baconman321

The month long project is here!

Almost three thousand lines of code, Stargaze is finally out! I know it's a little late for a 100 cycles project, but eh. I worked so hard, it's nicely made, compatible with different devices, and download as an app (it runs offline, and you can even control what you cache to some extent)! I ran this through google lighthouse and it got a good rating (50 for performance but that's because it takes up a bit of CPU power, 90ish for performance and best practices, and PWA certified)!
Note that this doesn't use canvas or any frameworks. It's solo made and uses the html page itself to create span elements for stars. You can also draw constellations now! Big thanks to my teacher for recommending the constellation drawing. I'm planning on adding some more features, so stay tuned. Read the whole description in the README file. Also, the main files are minified. If you want to try to fork it, there are unminified files that exist but are not used when serving the content.

Possible upcoming updates for this

Please note that these may or may not happen (sadly).

  • Planets with randomized planet names and descriptions
  • Filters (like sepia)
  • (Maybe) Point system, unlock different things

I know this may not get a lot of views, but please, if you like it, comment! If you don't, what can change?

PS: There's also a few space objects like the ISS, comets, and meteor showers. They pop up randomly so see if you can find some!

Hope ya like this! Bacon boi out!

Edit:

Thanks to all the people who upvoted. I am truly grateful. While this isn't on trending, it still is pretty popular! Glad to know people appreciate hard work :)

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RayhanADev

Interesting and awesome!, saves me from having to buy a telescope why preference PHP Web Server over NodeJS?

programmeruser

@RayhanADev it's mostly just clientside js, I don't think there's even a line of PHP code

RayhanADev

@programmeruser which I saw too, I just wondered why they preference PHP over NodeJs.

Baconman321

@RayhanADev and @programmeruser So the reason I did php was because I had a stargaze to-go application, and I needed to parse a query string. I realize now that I can do that with javascript (as shown in the offline page). Otherwise, I like php because I can do $something = $_GET['Something']; where in nodejs I have to write like 10 lines of code. I also started learning php first, and I think it's simpler. The only reason I use nodejs is because it has libraries and while php has some too, repl doesn't allow you to download them. That's why it's in PHP.

RayhanADev

@Baconman321 ahhhhhh, okay gotchu. Kewl!

Baconman321

@RayhanADev Yeah. Nodejs is fast though, while I feel like PHP is more simple. Either way they are both great!

RayhanADev
Baconman321

@RayhanADev Would you know why my site isn't secure even though it shows https in the address bar? For some reason it says certificate is valid in security section of dev tools yet there is no certificate? Maybe repl?
Edit: Oh nvm must be my cache or smthing, it is secure now. Also if u have phone you can download this and explore offline! That's why I was wondering why it wasn't secure, cuz it needs to be to download.

RayhanADev

@Baconman321 it’s Repl. Sometimes that happens to me too without reason but typically the sites should be secure ƪ(˘⌣˘)ʃ

Baconman321

@RayhanADev Also, I realized this shouldn't be php since it won't load a php file offline (typically). Is there any way to fix this other than run a file called index.html and redirect from index.php? I know I can't delete index.php, so maybe I should make a new repl and use that instead?