Hi! Are you an avid programmer looking for a way to code for the greater good? Are you a curious
philanthropist eager to help out a community?
Well look no further! Welcome to Kurius' beta launch of our open-source platform HackItForward!
HackItForward Beta Launch
& A Thank You Gift
As this is only the beta version of our platform, we are expecting there to be some bugs that we
unfortunately could not catch during production. If you happen to notice anything wrong, please let
us know in our discord server, or
submit an issue notice on our github repo.
For being among our very first users, you will recieve a very special badge as a token of thanks when
you sign up! We hope you enjoy using HackItForward!
Used several different styles to bring the webpage designs together in all ids and classes. Created a :root which contains various variable names for colors that would change depending on the selected theme. Customized the scrollbar and implemented svg designs for the status icon.
Translates a chat log made of an array of strings into HTML elements. It simulates retrieving a chat-log from a database and translating it into the webpage. It iterates through each tab, translating the array that matches with the tab's id.
The file which allows the HTML to be in a desktop app format. It uses electron dependencies to do so. It sets up the dimensions and basic functions such as closing the app and starting it up.
Where To Download
Click on the google drive link below and download the zip. Note that, to display it on a web browser, you must comment/remove out the first two lines of "main.js". The two variables are used to display it with electron dependencies, which are not connected to a web browser like google.
Aside from web browsers, it is accessible by clicking on the .exe shortcut in the main directory.