Particles.js and a Coding Stream!

focus photography of gray condenser microphone and pop filter

Recently I made a homepage as a birthday gift for a friend, similar to what I’ve done in the past with some of my favorite tools for building websites:

KilobyteKeith.com homepage
A homepage for KilobyteKeith

I used Particles.js, which is a Javascript library that has fun particle effects for the background of any webpage, Bulma.io for the CSS framework, as well as Press Start 2P for fun retro font styling.

I also finally got the nerve to show off how I put together this project and streamed it on my Twitch channel since I’ve been wanted to code on stream for a long time! My goal is to get really comfortable with being uncomfortable about what I know and don’t know, as well as grow and learn with the community I’m trying to build. A lot of my geeky friends are also web developers, and when I talked about doing this I received a bunch of support which was really wonderful! I’m very luck to find good people to push me along with my goals.

Here’s the VOD if you want to see me nerd out:

Thanks to everyone who tuned in and for the support! You make me want to do more and hit my goals. More projects to come!