Decided I was going to try to work on my various coding projects every day this month (since I love November daily projects), though have been finding it a little tough, as most of the things to do are large and involved or would involve starting up new projects. Did fix a few things with my Hadleyville online game project. But then I got really bogged down trying to get a backend cloud database with auth set up. Decided to try out Firebase, since it uses a nosql db and has what looks to be a pretty simple auth process (which easily integrates with Google whom most people have an account with). I just want to be able to save data to the cloud rather than just local storage, so it doesn't get lost so easily. Also figured it would be a good learning experience for applying to other projects (like my online character sheet).
So that was a waste, and now I'm just going to try scaling back and writing directly with the Firebase library and see if I can get that to work, though really I'm at the point where I want to rewrite the whole thing so Angular isn't involved at all.
Watched a bunch of movies from the new crop of Criterion options. They put up the Virgin Suicides Criterion edition, so I rewatched the move and a bunch of the extras. I've watched it a handful of times (I have the normal DVD edition), and I always found some aspect of it mysterious or fascinating.
(...and then I never got back to finishing this...)