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🪟 Windows 11 inspired portfolio 🪟


👋Hi there and Happy Hacktoberfest 2021 fellow developers! 🎊
I hope you’re doing fantastic!

In the past, I was powerfully impressed by a portfolio that was built like a simple OS. So, this basically has always been my small dream to build a portfolio-app that visually mimics an operating system.

Recently, I had some free time and I finally decided to turn this plan into reality. So, I started working on 🪟 Windows-11 inspired portfolio ✨.

You can try it out here: https://www.vovacodes.ca/
GitHub: https://github.com/vovaushenko/vovacodes

This is a Next.js app built from scratch, that has a small backend powered by MongoDB. It is fully written in TypeScript, so if you’re learning it, you could explore the GitHub repo 💥

In a nutshell the stack is –
⭐ Next.js,
⭐ React,
⭐ Styled-Components,
⭐ Redux
⭐ Mongo DB.

The app has a design and component system powered by
💜 Storybook 💜

This is not only an OS-looking app but also beautiful slides about me, which can be found by navigating and using the OS.

The App has a ton of cool features (for instance you can leave me a comment and later it will be displayed with cool random avatar in flying carousel). So, leave a comment!😉 I would be happy to hear from You! 🙌

Essentially, it has a ton of nifty features, so consider exploring it and let me know what is your favorite one!✨

Notice, on mobile only portfolio part will be shown

PS. I Use Arch BTW

Happy Hacktoberfest 2021 Again! Wish you all the best!

Cheers! 🤙

At a glance :

Portfolio

Portfolio

Portfolio

Portfolio

Keep in mind, this is a work in progress! More features to come (and bugs tackled 😄)



Source: https://dev.to/vovacodesca/windows-11-inspired-portfolio-nni

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