VisuAlgo
Shared by nell-182215 · 815d ago · 18 comments
#hackathon

Project description:

A Coding Platform that let's you Visualize your data structures as you write code

Demo:

https://blissful-bhabha-1a9728.netlify.com/

The demo shows a linkedlist reversal problem where the links of the given linkedlist updates based on the code written in the editor

Team members:
Karthik Kalyanaraman

Git repo:
https://github.com/kakaly/visualgo

princess-leia-531009 · 815d ago

This would be very helpful for students learning coding!

kamesstory · 814d ago

Awesome work, I love visualizing things as I write code (and also learning in general), so I'd love to use this!

juliegoat · 815d ago

This looks neat! Excited to see how this goes - would love a tree visualization!

pr · 815d ago

trees would be pretty cool.

nell-182215 · 814d ago

Please check out the latest video. Made it work for binary trees :)

nell-182215 · 815d ago

Thanks

vijpandaturtle · 814d ago

This idea is dope ! I would love to see my data structures while coding

nell-919336 · 814d ago

pucking serious? This idea would be really useful in some cases!

justinglibert · 814d ago

This is pretty interesting! Good work

krishan711 · 814d ago

Nice! this would be a nice tool to use whilst learning!

bilbo-baggins-720839 · 814d ago

Really good for study

Levan · 814d ago

Love this. It would be really helpful to beginners

Levan · 814d ago

Love this. It would be really helpful to beginners

sunim · 814d ago

So simple yet so strong is my word

ayush · 814d ago

Great work. It definitely will be helpful to visualize the data structure.

amiya-98 · 814d ago

Will be a great tool for learners.

nell-182215 · 815d ago

Hello Pioneer! Excited to share what I have been hacking. As a software developer, I have faced this problem myself whenever I sat down to prepare for technical interviews. I just cannot visualize that topological sort problem without drawing it out on the white board. What if you could visualize how the graph changes and the links between nodes change according to the code you write? Maybe you could optimize the algorithm or even come up with a better algorithm by looking at it visually.

In this demo, I have shown a simple linkedlist reversal problem where the links of the given linkedlist change based on the code written on the editor on the side. Questions/Thoughts/Feedback? Please leave a comment.

nell-182215 · 814d ago

Check out the latest demo. I have shown a visualization for binary tree as well