In Source, students quickly learn the ropes of the ReactJS frameworks so they can dive into building complex web applications and learn both front-end and back-end programming.
About the final project
The final project in Source was to use everything we learned about React from building a Twitter clone to build a dynamic personal website of choice. These projects incorporated topics such as state, props, components, routing, and APIs.
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About Forge (formerly HackCville)
Forge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that prepares students with the modern skills they need to make an impact in the world. Each year, over 1,000 students learn things like design, marketing, and data science through our fun, engaging, community-driven projects and programs. We strive to empower students to realize their own potential while creating opportunities for them to make an impact for good.
In turn, we provide talent to 200+ tech companies, startups, and nonprofits across the country. Our home is our clubhouse near the University of Virginia, but our broader network of 2,000+ spans the globe. More about us →