Say goodbye to unofficial lyric videos and bad audio on YouTube!
This YouTube-esque web application populates search results directly from YouTube’s ‘Topic’ channels to provide the highest quality music to the user.
With the help of Stephen Grider's Udemy course, I designed components / states in ES6 to create the site's backbone, and bundled the application with Babel and Webpack.
Then I took off running, querying the search results to return only videos from 'Topic' channels and using jQuery to select/deselect videos as the user chooses. I also learned to organize my CSS with Sass, which greatly improved the source code's readability.
Check out the GitHub repo!
FRONT END: React JS, Sass/Scss, Bootstrap, HTML5, CSS3