Top 18 personal-website Open-Source Projects
A beautiful, simple, clean, and responsive Jekyll theme for academicsProject mention: Launch my personal website | dev.to | 2021-03-12
Jekyll website has a great step-by-step tutorial to help you to set up a Jekyll driven static website from scratch. Once you have understood how Jekyll works, you can choose an existing template or themes to speed up the website building. There are plenty of themes in Jekyll showcases and Jekyll Themes which can reuse in your private website. After doing some research I finally choose alshedivat/al-folio.
A modern and production-ready personal portfolio + blog template built with GatsbyJs and TailwindCSSProject mention: Portfolio site using DigitalOcean App Platform | dev.to | 2020-12-31
Credits: Devfolio by Ryan Fitzgerald
Scout APM - Leading-edge performance monitoring starting at $39/month. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
A Gatsby Starter to create a clean one-page portfolio with Markdown content.Project mention: My Minimal Portfolio - DigitalOcean App Platform Hackathon | dev.to | 2021-01-07
So as part of this Hackathon I decided to give my portfolio a new look. I built it with Gatsby, used this starter by Konstantin Münster. Made few changes to the actual starter, by adding particlesJS and also some other animations.
The source of my website 🌍Project mention: The frontend tooling guide to improve Developer Experience | dev.to | 2021-02-22
Right now I'm using GitHub Actions to build my pipelines 😍. If you want to see an implementation like the one we described, you can take a look at my website pipeline. Find the implementation on the following link.
You may find all the code examples from this article (including the Gyro-cube styles) in trekhleb.github.io repo.
Shlomi Fish’s Homepage Sources - www.shlomifish.orgProject mention: Hypothesis: The Ancient Hebrew Verb "Lenabé" (לנבא) originally meant "to be crazy"/"to act crazy" including in today's casual sense | reddit.com/r/linguistics | 2021-02-05
Well, Plato considered craziness as divine (but excluded humour for example): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_madness . Later on, navi was mistranslated by the Septuaginte as "prophet", which also influenced later Jewish thought. Anyway, insane people at the time were likely used as sources of guidance and advice (see a WiP essay I wrote about that and "a navi" (נביא) was also a philosopher, educator, and entertainer (like the image macro based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoZ3bu23BMA jokes about).
🏚 Home on the Web.Project mention: Auto Shrink Header On Scroll in React | dev.to | 2021-01-04
That's it. I hope it helps. Check out the full source code to see more details.
Personal website template, built with Eleventy. Mostly unmaintained, feel free to make pull requests, however.
Version one of my personal portfolioProject mention: Personal Portfolio made using Angular | reddit.com/r/Angular2 | 2021-02-17
All source for yujiri.xyz
My personal blog site built with Nuxt and TailwindProject mention: Automate Tests With GitHub Actions for Python | dev.to | 2021-03-25
This post was originally published at my personal blog
A Complete Comprehensive Material Portfolio App Made with Vuejs with Inbuilt Blog and GalleryProject mention: Check out my Portfolio Website and give me comments please | reddit.com/r/coolgithubprojects | 2021-04-25
This is the Production Website - https://shaaan.tk
This repository contains the source code of Franco Scarpaʼs website, francoscarpa.com. I compile it with the Eleventy static site generator.Project mention: I Use Netlify’s Continuous Deployment, and You Should Do the Same | dev.to | 2020-10-25
I created a GitHub repository to hold all of my website’s source code, including the package.json file, which is mandatory to let Netlify know which dependencies your project has. Then, I configured Netlify to link my website to that repository so that every time I push changes to GitHub, Netlify runs a build on that code and publish the resulting outcome on the fly. You need to specify which build command Netlify needs to run to start the compilation process. In my case, it’s npx @11ty/eleventy since I use the Eleventy static site generator.
This is my personal websiteProject mention: How to use Nuxt/Content with Nuxt/i18n? | reddit.com/r/Nuxt | 2021-04-17
In my personal blog I use Nuxt Content and Nuxt i18n: https://github.com/jeverduzco/verduzco-me
Website-Boilerplate | Combines Jekyll, Webpack, Bootstrap... to develop/build a cross-browser & -device, light-theme blog + portfolio website with particle effect - Demo:Project mention: My new Dark- & Light-Particle-Website-Boilerplates | GitHub repositories sitdisch/Dark-Particle and MyThemeWay/Light-Particle | Maybe new year, new you? | reddit.com/r/github | 2021-01-15
Light-Particle Source | GitHub repository MyThemeWay/Light-Particle or directly here
Implement personal website using react library and deploy to DO for DO HackathonProject mention: DO Hackathon Submission | dev.to | 2021-01-10
This is the source of my personal page.Project mention: Custom Phone Mockups for Onyx Boox Note Air | dev.to | 2021-01-09
The templates are available from my GitHub repository: Download the templates
Source for jneidel.comProject mention: RSS Feed | reddit.com/r/Fibus_FuF | 2021-02-24
What are some of the best open-source personal-website projects? This list will help you: