These are my GITA 2 projects, if you want to check them out, feel free to click on the images to open the webpages!
In this project, I researched russian misinformation and the causes behind it.
This project simulates rolling dice, it displays the times you rolled a sum, and displays the probability of rolling a sum as well!
This project uses a timer to move around objects on the canvas. Two circles bounce around a square!
This is a mini space invaders game. In this game, the player can move side to side with the a and d keys as well as fire a bullet using the spacebar. The players goal is to prevent the space invaders from reaching the bottom and to prevent the AI invader from hitting and killing the player.
This Project is an upgrade of the previous circle bounce project, and involves an array of circles and a rectangle that eats the circles!
This Project simulates a submarine in a fish tank where a sub floats around a fish tank with fish and a shark. The shark eats the fish if it gets too close, and if the sub gets close to the fish they ru away.
This project is an upgrade of the space invaders project that we did earlier in the year and uses arrays and for loops to create a much more fun and enjoyable playing experience. Key presses" WASD-move, SPACEBAR- fire bullet
1. My main goal is to get better at HTML and creating websites. My GITA 1 website was ok, but I want it to be better, a lot better. I want my GITA portfolio to look as professional as possible! 2. Another goal of mine this year is to get a 4 or 5 on the AP Computer Science Principles exam. GITA 2 is not only just a web-development class, it also teaches important things about computer science principles in general, not just specifically about HTML.