Having a personal website is a big improvement to any portfolio, especially when you are a full stack web developer. Being one for 4 years, I still don't have one myself to showcase all of my skills and projects. Instead, I rely solely on GitHub and LinkedIn. But today I will be changing that and finally start working on my own website. I will be using Next.JS along with Tailwind CSS and HeadlessUI to style it. I will use GitHub to save all the code and make it open-source.
Step 1 - Getting started
To get started, I created a new GitHub repo and a Next.JS application with Tailwind CSS and connected the remote workflow to the local.
npx create-next-app@latest -e with-tailwindcss abr-dev git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:AbeerRao/abr-dev.git git branch -M main git push -u origin main
And with that, a basic app has been set up. Now I will start making it look how I want it. All updates will be shared through Twitter and dev.to
Link to the GitHub code : https://github.com/AbeerRao/abr-dev
Follow to see how miserable I am at the end of all this.
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