Here are the most revelant projects I have been working on in the last months. The main goal with each one was focused on learn new tools and improve my knowledge.
Help medical professionals fight COVID-19
I decided to create a web application to share properties with medical professionals. This way it would be much easier for those professionals to find a place to rest after their work. This is a non-profit application.
Goodreads Price Tracker
A price tracker for your books listed on Goodreads as want-to-read.
I am an active user on Goodreads, who is always updating my current readings and also adding new books to my want-to-read list. Most of the times when I want to buy a book, I go through my list, pick a book, and then I go check on some shops if there is a good price. So, I decided to create this application to automate the process.
I wanted to test myself, so I decided to create a project from scratch where I had to face many challenges. This is my largest project at the moment, and it is an online store with a backoffice. I had to use the following skills: client-side development, server-side development, database management and devops. The first figure represents the main page.
The main actions that the user is able to do are: add to cart (shown in the second figure), buy products, view orders or add/edit an address.
The owner of the page has access to a backoffice where he can manage everything, for instance, add or remove products, or manage the orders.
my old website
This was my first project that I did when I was studying. Someone older advice me to start doing projects beyond school, so that's what I did. I picked a popular language and framework at that time which was ruby and ruby on rails and I created my first website with a backoffice where I could manage everything.
RUBY, RUBY ON RAILS, POSTGRESQL, HTML, CSS, JQUERY
You can find out more projects and information on my github page.