Alarm — Part One

Up until now, I never really did much with Javascript. A few tutorials here and there that resulted in a finished product. This time I decided to build something from scratch. I am hoping to eventually integrate my web app with the MEAN stack. I plan on using javascript along with MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS. I will also be using JSON.

For now…

The alarm works!

I think it is pretty self-explanatory. Up on the top you have a clock that gets its data from the user’s local machine. The next line is a html selector that provides the input for the alarm. It is also necessary to input the date with another html selector. The last part allows the user to customize the sound they want when the alarm goes off. It could be a podcast, a slow gentle song, or my personal favorite “Wake Up” by RATM.

I recommend using adblock for Youtube and editing your pop-up blocker so it does not block this program from doing its thing.

This project is public and is currently being developed on github.

The latest release is “Index2”


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