Welcome to the Lizard Catalog App created as Project 3 of Udacity's Full Stack Web Developer Nanodegree by Zach Attas. I created this app to practice CRUD (create, read, update, delete) database operations and to practice incorporating 3rd-party frameworks and modules into my codebase. It is currently run on localhost, but it could be deployed to the web in the future.
I believe coding something I care about is far better than coding without drive or purpose. Project 3 calls for students to create a basic catalog app with two data points connected in a parent/child relationship (like in this sample website). Instead of creating an app to organize items within categories (generic and boring), I created an app to organize lizards and their hobbies! Is this practical? No, not really. But it brings me a smile every time I boot it up :).
Code for this app can be found on github
Store your lizards and their hobbies to your hearts content!
I like to goof off and jump around!