Wedding Planner 🌼
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API driven Wiki 👩💻
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In 2011, I started my first blog, I was an Android Developer learning publicly…but I didn’t know what that meant back them. After 3(?) years I deleted it all. I liked writing errors that I encountered whilst developing and writing what the solution is. I considered it my own but public knowledge base. I always loved the idea of a Wiki. This is what “digital garden” means to me nowadays. This is why this project came to life. I wanted to create a RESTFUL API, with unit tests that have the goal of 100% test coverage; create a better written (since the last time I created a similar project - so comparison is with older me only) React.JS dashboard where I can see my WIKI posts and of course the ‘public’ website where people can read what you share.
I love dribbble.com and occasionally browse around there for design inspiration. I wanted to practice writing CSS and creating layouts, so I chose some website designs to try to reproduce them in code. Until now, I have a one-page lifestyle type a blog storyreacttheme and a minimal blog blogreacttheme. I made them Github Templates, so you can start your own project with any of the templates and see results in minutes.
Would you like to see a specific web design implemented? You can create a new issue in this Github Repository and maybe it will be created.
Generate a unique pair of names from your input. You only need unique pairs for whatever (your own situation). The project does not track the users in any shape or form. It’s created this way because there is absolutely no reason to have tracking or analytics here.
The code is public on a GitHub Repository under Apache-2.0 License.
The web app is hosted on Vercel: Pick A Pair Mate