Javascript

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Technology Description

JavaScript is a high-level, dynamic, untyped, and interpreted programming language used for building client-side applications for modern web browsers and hybrid mobile applications, as well server-side applications, like those running with Node.js.

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I live one block away from Madison Square Park, and I have grown to love it. Some things that were started/invented here include: the ASPCA, the Manhattan cocktail, the suffragette movement, and modern baseball rules...

At the same time, I really hate history. I had too many bad teachers in school who taught a long list of dates and names. So, with this project, I want to create a journey for students. They can travel backwards and forwards in time, and learn about Madison Square Park's history

Web app that allows user to take photo of an individual and perform facial recognition. A match will then indicate which children may be picked up by the given individual.

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Cryptograph is a robust javascript library designed to easily add cryptocurrency market graphs to any web application. With its user friendly API and high degree of customization, cryptograph can also be used to quickly create future cryptotrading platforms and exchanges.