Backlogger

Backlogger

Keep track of your video games
Last updated on Apr 22, 2022
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Backlogger

Backlogger is a video games tracking app, to keep track of video game backlog, wishlist and archive.

Features

  • Search any video game
  • Save games to Backlog, Wishlist or Archive
  • Supports both iOS and MD (Material Design) themes
  • Progressive Web App (PWA), app can be installed to the home screen, and uses service workers to cache all static assets.
  • State management with Framework7 built-in Store.
  • There are following screens (views) available:
    • Onboarding. Intro overlay to onboard new users.
    • Discover. Main page with:
      • search - working video games search functionality
      • upcoming games section
      • recently released games section
      • all time top 25 games section
    • Backlog. Page with games saved to backlog.
    • Wishlist. Page with games saved to wishlist.
    • Archive. Page with games saved to archive.
    • Game Details. Page with detailed information about video game, including:
      • banner image
      • title
      • genres
      • platforms
      • release date
      • summary
      • screenshots
      • ratings
      • game developer & publisher
      • link to official website

Package

In the package you will find:

  • fully functional project created with Framework7 CLI (with Vite), with Framework7 Core version
  • well structured page and components files, coded in JSX syntax which can be easily ported to Framework7 React, Vue or Svelte
  • additional ESLint and Prettier setup
  • instructions on how to build, run and preview the project

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