A few months back, I collected all of the images and animations from my prior 100-day project in a gallery site. I tweeted the link at the time, but may have neglected to tie it back to this blog. Better late than never (this site’s spiritual tag-line):
As is the case with the majority front-end web development now, the app was made using a host of JS packages, but the main technologies used were: TypeScript, the AngularJS 2.0 beta, Sass, JSPM and Gulp. And although I use a fairly similar loadout at work, I was mainly interested in trying out Angular 2 on a small-scale project, given the enormous syntactic and notional differences between it and all 1.x incarnations.
I hosted the gallery’s source on GitHub, and while I wasn’t attempting to build a general-purpose gallery platform, I think it could easily be put to other uses. Give me a shout if you rework it into something else!