This is my progress over the period of little over one year in my
When I was a complete amateur and felt like a newborn baby. I
was just starting out and someone asked me to make anything, and
I gave my best.
When I got my first official work as freelance through contacts.
It was terrible.
I showed my rough first draft because I was open to criticisms.
But it motivated me to show that I can do it. So I took 3 days
and learnt what I had to, to make it look how clients asked me
Mobile first responsive website with some bootstrap, jQuery,
can be much better than this because I am a quick learner and
I started looking for websites whose UI/UX didn't impress me. I
redesigned them. But coding the whole website was daunting. So I
just designed and this is my most proud work.
I started learning Python because it was interesting. But only
learning was not enough. So I had to make something too. Working
with a framework (Flask) for the first time helped me learn
about packages, dependencies, etc. Got inspired by a project and
with a little help, developed this social blogging web app and
deployed this project to Heroku.
First time I worked with APIs. I know, it looks amateur. 👦🏻
First ever React project I did when I was trying to learn
something and took up this as a challenge. I worked on this
project to challenge my newly-found interests and to enhance my
skills. I learnt so much about React framework in particular.
Still adding features to this and will update the responsive
Constant Flow Impex is a leading retailer for gym equipments. They were quite impressed with
my creative design and how interactive the website looks.
Created an e-commerce platform for a tea company with back-end functionalities built in Php
that has a neat admin dashboard interface, invetory and user management, invoice processing.
No framework used. Checkout the front-end of the webapp.
Full Stack Dev used to seem intimidating to me. But when I took
up on this project, I realized that commitment and perseverance
pays off. I learnt how the back end (NodeJS) and front end
(React) works, state management (Redux),how to connect them and
share data (MongoDB) through REST API securely (PassportJS) and
also how we can upload images to file system (Multer). This is
my first MERN web app.
When I started to get comfortable with React on the Front-End
and NodeJS on the Back-End, I had to do something new. So I
deployed the client side on a different host (zeit) and server
on heroku and since it was Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS),
I needed to use npm module 'cors' to access resources from a
Not only that, I learnt how to implement security as it was open
for any user to play around with. And since I am great with
design concepts and understanding how technologies work, I
implemented React Skeleton loader without even using any
I was fascinated by the idea of how services like Shutterstock
could automate the process of watermarking. So I wanted to try
to develop a software where any user would be able to just
upload a raw image and programmatically it would generate three
preview images, with the logo and images superimposed.
I know its not the best but it gets the job done efficiently.
I always wanted to build my own apps. But the idea always
dreaded me. Mainly because of the reason that I beleived it was
only meant for certain types if developers.
My voyage into the app development world happened because I had
already gotten comfortable with React so I wanted to give Native
a show. I was surprised how smooth the development feels with
this awesome framework. This is a very basic app I created but I
am definitely going to come up with something much more cooler.