Hangify is an events discovery and aggregation app for college campuses for iOS, Android, and the web.
My work as a front-end developer for Hangify revolved around the development of the initial version of the iOS app. I joined the team after the creation of an AngularJS app, which was being ported to iOS using Ionic and Cordova. My responsibilities involved refactoring existing code for cleanliness (an example was moving inline styles throughout the project to Sass files), adapting code to work with the native iOS platform (using native iOS storage rather than browser localstorage), and new app features and improvements. Some of the features I worked on specifically included implementing infinite scrolling on the events list page, and lazy loading for images throughout the app. I also fixed bugs that were reported to us.
This was my first professional experience as a web developer, and provided a first-time opportunity to work with a development team. I learned to make use of git branching and merging, learned how to submit a pull request, took part in weekly sprint planning meetings, and regularly collaborated with other team members.