It doesn’t always have to be a todo list

As developers we try out a lot of things. New libraries and frameworks, the latest language features and so on. What’s the best way to do so? Yes, you’re right: write a simple application that has as many different features as possible to cover as many aspects as possible. So imagine you’re new to, let’s say Angular. What are you building first (of course after the awesome heroes application)? A todo list. Then you maybe want to try out React. What are you building? Another todo list. And so on. After a few frameworks it’s getting more and more boring – it’s time to think of alternatives.
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