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Live Streamed on Twitch
Live Streamed
Used Next.js
Used React.js
Spoke on YouTube video
Deployed via Netlify
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Jul 10, 2021
Used jQuery
Working with JavaScript
Deployed with Heroku
Deployed via Netlify
Designed a Backend System
Developed product strategy
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QtripDynamic is a travel website that is used to browse adventures by cities and book reservations. Also, one can choose the adventure by applying filters of price and places they would like to visit, check their history bookings if done earlier

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  • Built webpages using HTML and CSS, made them dynamic by using Javascript
  • UX with multi-select filters so that user can search adventures as per their choice, used image carousels
  • Condition rendering of page elements
  • persistent local storage for logging user sessions
  • Used JQuery for user's reservation form submission
  • Deployed website using Netlify and Heroku

Skills Learned - HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap, REST APIs, JSON, DOM Manipulation, cURL, Bootstrap Flex, Bootstrap Spacing, ES6, localStorage, JQuery, Conditional rendering, Bootstrap Carousel, Deployment, Heroku, Netlify

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Sep 21, 2021
Designed a Backend System
Improved site performance
Redesigned a website
Used Netlify
Deployed via Netlify
Using SvelteKit
Used Github
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2//Grimoire Redesign

(If you're looking at the single-post-page, sorry in advance about the formatting below: Polywork clears each link to its own line, which changes the flow of this post into some kinda free-form prose or something. While pretty, I'm working on fixing that somehow. Sorry ^_^;;)

Well, it's been about 2 years since I reworked my homepage (!!), so I committed this past weekend to doing just that. 💙

The new site is expanded into a grimoire📘 — a place to store thoughts, learnings, instructions, and generalize knowledge. It's going to lean towards the technical, but like Polywork, I'll store a little bit of everything there.

The grimoire also leans technical because compSci is kinda like magic, innit?

Tangent!, but, y'all ever think about how we write code (spells⚡) and turn thoughts into miracles (thaumaturgy🙏) and make our clients/business stakeholders/friends and family smile (m a g i c k 💫 )? Isn't that wild? It's wild! So I think it's pretty fitting to base a site around that concept.

"We are ALL open sourcerors on this blessed day."

(Also, I'm Wiccan, albeit rather secularly. Hi!)


The site's main methodology is Jamstack ✨, and it's built on a mix of tech — SvelteKit for the static UI/routing, Hugo for markdown > JSON conversion, Netlify as a backend, and GitHub as a file store.

I've been very, very taken with Svelte/SvelteKit for the past year or so, so having another excuse to use it for a site is nice c:

And I've fallen in love with Hugo due to a few work projects, and using it as a glorified mini-ETL/parser is kinda ridiculous, but like SvelteKit, I'm glad to leverage it again. 💙💙

And the same story goes on — I've built some stuff with Netlify, so I'm using it again, as well as GitHub.

And I did this in one weekend; I'm wildly excited that it came together so, so smoothly. Shoutout to all of the teams mentioned above!

(And although this isn't a tutorial post :: if you want to do something similar: use Netlify's adapter for SvelteKit and point Netlify at GitHub, where your site will be stored. Roll your own Hugo config file and lean heavily on the Hugo docs. And, if you get stuck, leverage my GitHub repo where I've made everything about this project public 💙)

I want to note that I'm not using these technologies because they're familiar; I'm using them because I want to deepen my understanding of them. Every new project is a chance to learn something new, as well as exercise what's been learned, right? So I really wanted to push myself here.

So, I'm pleased to relate, that I think I did pretty okay. ✨

And I'm still not done!! :D 💙✨ 🚀🚀🚀

By that, I mean that this site is soooo much more flexible compared to my old site. I can play with it. I can try stuff out. I can extend things. Break things. Build things. Iterate over things, on a rapid scale.

So, I'm extremely pleased to relate, that I'm extremely pleased with what this site represents. It's not just a blog + portfolio. It's a sandbox, full of learning, which is an ideal I try to emulate every single day. 🥺

Have you redesigned something recently? Tried a new stack, or decided to have fun in prod? DM me on twitter 🕊; I'd love to hear about it! ^_^

Sep 06, 2021
Static site generator
Deployed via Netlify
Purchased domain name
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I found a nice domain name for shortlinks, so while the little one had a nap yesterday I hooked it up to netlify and updated my static site generator to generate a redirect file. That's two netlify configurations (one for each domain). When the original successfully builds and publishes, I've configured a success webhook to call and trigger a build of the second domain. The second domain configuration calls curl to get the redirects file from the original dominan. That's it!

Most of the code (about 25 lines) was in adding a template file for the redirects, and a little glue code to render and write the result to a file. The path is generated using the first eight characters of a hash of the blog slug (which form part of the URL and is effectively immutable).

Here's an example shortlink:

Sep 02, 2021
Published a blog post
Used Gatsby
Deployed via Netlify
Updated a GitHub repository
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Added an About Me page to my personal website:

Was super easy with Gatsby, GitHub, and Netlify!
Redesigned a website
Migrating to Next.js
Used Next.js
Used Netlify
Deployed via Netlify
Deployed a site on Netlify
+ 4
I made a new personal website!

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