Flashcard web application in TypeScript

Over the past few years someone ’ve been periodically working on a flashcard web application, which you access here:

https://learnthe.land/ 12

If you give it your location, you can decide where you want to study, what taxon, and then it’ll automatically incrementally load more flashcard. There’s a scoring system, and basic spaced repetition algorithm so you’ll see flashcards you don’t know more often than the ones you do.

It’s all open source, browser based, and written in TypeScript. The source can be found here: https://github.com/frewsxcv/learnthe.land 3

Would love to hear what you all think and if you have any feedback!


but how am i supposed to judge it? the parts that i can see look promising, but now i’ll never know…

i think it’s interesting that so many people have thought of developing 1 or actually have developed different quiz / flashcard games and other functionality utilizing the iNat API / platform.

just for your reference, my favorite concept for quiz / flashcard functionality is this: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/easy-instructions-to-turn-inaturalist-in-to-a-quiz-mode-version/29780 3, although it’s mostly concept.

the best implementation of a quiz game so far has been this: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/how-well-do-you-know-your-local-wildlife-now-you-can-test-yourself/10711/81 7. someone else just today – you must be development twins – announced a similar effort: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/buthigame-a-website-to-practice-inaturalist-identification/36056 1.

Posted on 03 October, 2022 09:32 by optilete optilete


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