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Vuejs Periodic Table by Kadin Zhang

Was working on Vue.js and stumbled upon this beautiful Vue project by Kadin Zhang

Periodicity is a dynamic periodic table built with Vue.js that animates and graphs data to aid the visualization of chemical concepts.

The code is available on GitHub
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This is really kool. Just sent the link to my granddaughter who's doing this at school.
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Just for fun, and since I now have enough Vue.js experience to track down other Vue.js developers bugs and errors (a bit), I installed this cool science app on our server:

Periodicity - A Periodic Table of the Elements in Vue.js

Code:
https://www.unix.com/periodic/

Enjoy playing around with the table of the elements!
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