[2] JS Minesweeper

Well, it's been over two weeks since the start of my vacation. Before it started, I thought I was going to write here more often, but there were many other things and so on. Due to the coronavirus situation, it was almost impossible to travel anywhere except within the country. So we had a couple of car trips inside Finland (Tampere, Lahti, Järvenpää, Kirkkonummi, etc).

Anyway, my self-learning continues and I could say that I'm getting more familiar with JavaScript and React. There will be a separate post fully dedicated to React in a few days (I hope).

But let's get back to the point of this post. In the last few days, I've been working on a minor JS project. I was trying to make a simple JS Minesweeper game. So, there is the result. At the moment, the game works to some extent, but I guess it still needs a couple of improvements.

I noticed a few lags, especially this applies to the corners of the map where it occasionally behaves weirdly. In the near future, I will try to fix them and, I suppose, I will also make some changes to CSS as well.

You can try the game (and see my other projects) by clicking one of the links below:




P.S. You can also find the code at my GitHub.

P.P.S In the current version of the game the winning is possible, but let's say, quite unlikely 🙃.

Tags: coding, game, javascript, minesweeper, programming, project

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