A simple single page application built with React. A basic introduction to chess rules and how the pieces move.
Hi, I'm Jacob.
I'm a front end web developer based in London, UK.
I love designing websites and making them look good. If I'm not building something for a client, I'm coding for fun and learning new technologies.
My interests are multi-faceted; graphic design, web design, and animation occupy most of my spare time. When I'm away from the desktop you'll most likely find me playing chess, tennis, cycling in the great outdoors, or reading sci-fi novels.
Links to some of my projects can be found below. The rest of my projects can be viewed on my GiHub profile.
"To teach is to learn twice". With this in mind, I like to create tutorials on programming concepts that I have struggled with to help others like me and to solidify my understanding of particular topics. All my output can be accessed on my blog homepage.
How to Toggle Dark Mode
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Create a Flip Card Using CSS
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