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Adrian Chong
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Timer Application for Multiple Events by using Appwrite as Backend

Overview of My Submission

Over time, the timer feature has become essential to many applications, this project will acts as a startup template for those applications.

This project only has one page and it is the timer page. User can add and delete timer for their events.

Submission Category:

Web2 Wizards

Link to Code

GitHub logo phonist / close_count

Timer made with mern stack


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Timer Application (Close Count)

User can create multiple timers for their events

About The Project

Timer

The project acts as a startup template for timer application.

This project only has one page and it is the timer page. User can add and delete timer for their events.

Built With

Getting Started

This project was developed under Docker environment. So please make sure Docker is installed. To configure the docker environment. Please check docker-compose.yml and Dockerfile. The project is using MERN stack.

After project setup is done, please open your browser, navigate to localhost:3000. Register and login to the application to start creating your timers.

Prerequisites

  • Docker
  • NodeJs
  • React
  • MongoDB

Installation

  1. git clone https://github.com/phonist/close_count.git
  2. cd close_count
  3. docker-compose up -d --build
  4. navigate to localhost:3000 and start your development

Contributing

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