I've seen a lot of people struggle with applications of integrals just because the shapes you work with are so strange, hopefully a tool like this can help.
What it does
a teacher cal log on and enter a function and some parameters and it will grow a 3d object out of it thats freely viewable to students.
How I built it
it took a lot of focus and api, lookups, but i started by building the viewer, then the editor(using some js libraries to do heavy lifting with rendering graphs). after having some core functionality I crudely stitched them together with some alertboxes and copying and pasting, but that turned out to not be a good long term solution so i added a backed using Mongodb and also added accounts and ui.
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
this is probably one of the most finished projects I've ever made, and it was really exiting seeing the first object I generated
What I learned
What's next for calcGoggles
maybe with some additional features, better security, it could become a fully fledge product someday.