Monday, 16 May 2016

For the past week, I have been working on the login system of my Orbital project. Today, I took the time prettify the application so that I will not have to spend time creating a prototype. The login system is not done yet, but things like registration, logging in and out, and updating profile should be fine.

Unfortunately, the credit for building the system should not be given to me, because I simply followed an e-book and made appropriate but simple changes to model after my project's idea.

Again, the credit for the responsive sidebar cannot be awarded me, since I git cloned from elsewhere. I did the smooth integration though.

I also did the initial commit of a competition website in the afternoon. Similarly, I grabbed material from Bootstrap and mixed in whatever I liked. However, I am not the main person-in-charge of this project, so I guess my purpose was to motivate people to start hacking away.

What I learnt today is how to steal other people's work and transform them into my own (:

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