16 side project GitHub repositories you may find useful

16 side project GitHub repositories you may find useful

Side Projects are fun learning. Learn web development using 16 side-projects. All are open-sourced.

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A Side Project is something you do aside from your main job to fuel your passion while learning something new. This quote is very close to my heart,

In vain have you acquired knowledge if you have not imparted it to others.

With this in mind, let me share my learning from the side projects accomplished in the year 2020. The primary purpose of this article is to share the GitHub repositories with relevant details. Each of the repositories has a well-explained readme.md file to guide how to use the project.

All these projects are open-source. Feel free to try, fork, contribute, and I hope you find them useful.

1. theme-builder

This project helps you to create a theming system. Build a theme of your choice. You can also switch/test/apply the themes. You can extend the project easily for your need.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

2. notifyme

It is a reactjs based component available as a public npm to use. You can manage time-based notifications using it. It is capable of tracking incoming notifications, read/un-read them with many other customizations.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

3. demolab

This is a Jamstack application to host all the demos in one place. Just supply the description of it in a .md file and your demo goes live on the site. Please Feel free to contribute ✋ to this project.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

4. princess-finder

It is a fun project created for Hashnode's #christmashackathon. A simple web app to recognize the Disney princess with confidence.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

5. imaginary

It's a project to build a Jamstack image gallery. We learn to handle the media files at the build time.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

6. html-tips-tricks

It is a repo to listing down HTML5 features that I haven't used much in the past but find useful now.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • HTML5.

7. JS-Tips-Tricks

This repo lists the JavaScript tips and tricks I am learning every day!

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • JavaScript.

8. react-add-table-dynamic-row

Adding a row dynamically to a table seems to be a very normal requirement. This repo shows how to do it using Reactjs Hooks.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

9. shopnote

A Jamstack application helps to create and manage your shopping notes. This project helps you to learn the power of serverless function and graphql.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

10. add-copyright

Have you ever felt a need to automate adding a bunch of text at the top of your source files recursively? This repo contains an automation script to do that.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • Shell Script.
  • Automation

11. covid-19

In 2020 we hardly spoke of anything without mentioning COVID. Publicly available COVID data helped to learn about how things are going on around the world. This repo contains code for an app with lots of visualization and details about the pandemic. This app is being used by many in India today.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

12. i18n-js-npm

This project is to help with externalizing and internationalizing strings of your web app. It is available as a public npm to download and use.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • JavaScript.
  • NPM

13. html-file-upload

This repository contains the source code examples of useful HTML File Upload tips for Web Developers.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • JavaScript.
  • HTML

14. catstore

A project to show-case how to build a Jamstack e-commerce application.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

15. testimonial

A project to build a serverless app with authentication.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

16. learn-css-animation

A repo to document my learning on the CSS animation with plenty of examples.

🚀 GitHub Repo

🥡 What's inside?

  • HTML.
  • CSS


That's all for now. It was a fulfilling 2020 and looking forward to doing more this year. Please let me know if you find this post helpful. If you have any queries, please DM me on Twitter(@tapasadhikary). Also, feel free to follow me on GitHub(atapas) for project updates.

Before we end, I would like to leave you with a few reads on side projects. You may find these motivating. All the best with your upcoming side projects.

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