My creations so far are the renamed ArMoleGeddon:
A weather app that makes a JSON request to the Weather Underground API to retrieve info for a particular ZIP code, or can detect the user's geolocation via the browser and include it in the JSON request instead of the ZIP:
A stock application that I amused myself with by naming "Stocksbocks", etc. This one pulls quotes for particular stock symbols, and then pretends to let you buy shares while generating a table that tracks your imaginary investments. That was the first part-- today we needed to have the table save itself to a Firebase database and then re-write that data with each new pageload. So any stocks you "buy" will remain there unless I go in and delete the data through Firebase. Have fun! This was an interesting exercise in that the quantity attribute for each stock purchase doesn't come from the markitondemand (stock price) API-- it's entered in by the user, so in order to save *all* of the table's data to Firebase, I had to generate a new data object, include the quantity, and write it.
Whew! In any case it all worked out, which you can verify below. Only thing remaining is to check for and catch user input errors in the quantity text input (it's already working for the stock symbol input). Oh, and if you make multiple purchases of the same stock, it doesn't combine them into a single line in the table. That would be good to add.