Today is a good day: I've finished my second Frontend Mentor challenge! ✌️ You can see my solution here: https://www.frontendmentor.io/solutions/react-js-using-css-modules-flex-and-grid-for-layout-5lF92zbph
Although a simple project, I'm fairly happy with the result. Live site here: https://arthurvmdantas.github.io/tip-calculator
More than 90% of the project was built in Codesandbox. In the end, however, I had a hard time with its GitHub integration (probably my fault) - I moved it to my local VS Code + WSL2.
As I'm currently learning React and TypeScript, I decided to use them here even though the challenge was fairly simple.
At first, I was putting all my styles in a global CSS file. It didn't take long to see the benefits of having scoped CSS so I spent some time moving parts of it to CSS Modules. This article  was of immense help.
I believe that I spent roughly 80% of the time building the last 20% of the project. The final touches are quite expensive. 😮
For hosting, I used the reliable GitHub Pages.