Events

Thr
21
Sept
1PM GOL 3445

Weekly meeting

This week, Lauren is going to go over basic design principles to help you understand what makes good design and what can accidentally ruin good design. Then, we will discuss some examples of good and bad design.
Thr
24
Sept
4PM GOL 2620

Beginner Workshop

For our second beginner's workshop session, we will be starting into advanced topics in HTML and CSS. We will be doing some more advanced styling and using semantic tags to make our code more readable. Join us to learn how to position your content whatever way you want and how to start making your websites more responsive!
Thr
27
Sept
5PM 280 N Union Street

Food Truck Rodeo

We will carpool from Crossroads to the Food Truck Rodeo. Cars leave at 5:15 from Crossroads. Come have a good time, eat tasty food, and get to know your fellow Localhost members.
Thr
28
Sept
1PM GOL 3445

Weekly meeting

This week Martin Charles will be presenting GraphQL an API protocol created by Facebook which solves the problems of custom data views which fit your frontend, real-time updates, documentation, libraries and lint tools.
Our weekly meetings are every Thursday at 1PM in Golisano room 3445

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Hey there, and welcome to the RIT Localhost website! Here you'll find meeting and contact information for RIT Localhost. We are a web design and development club focused on helping students share what they've learned from class, co-ops, and anywhere else, so they we can all improve our work while having fun and meeting new people. Any student attending RIT is welcome to join, regardless of major or year level. The things we do as a club are suitable for any experience level, and everyone can learn a thing or two about developing websites and applications.