Companies usually want to test a specific area of knowledge. Quizzes are an engaging method to measure your expertise in the particular field.
That's why I created DevQuizzes, an online platform where you can test your knowledge across various DEV topics.
Over the last 6 months I read a lot of official documentation and studied dozens of tutorials to create the content basis for initial launch.
I ended up creating over 500 questions in 20 categories.
Numbers in the parentheses show the questions in each quiz. Grey color represents the quizzes in progress, while white - all the new ones.
Percentages are shown just for completed quizzes, with green and red colors representing the passed and failed quizzes, respectively.
When a category is selected, user gets presented with a quiz. By default unanswered questions are shown first.
Each question usually provides 2 to 4 possible answers. For the reference each question has a topic/title.
The next question is only available if the current question is answered. The previous questions are available as soon as there are some.
When provided, user can click a Hint button. This way an additional information about the question will be revealed.
Some questions do provide a code snipped, which the question is based on.
All the progress is stored in the Local storage.
Users are also able to clear the Local storage, for both - all quizzes at once or any particular quiz separately.
At any point during the quiz, the user has an access to the list of questions, meaning the questions can be manually picked or reviewed later.
After completion of the quiz, user gets awarded ether gold (>90%), silver (>75%), bronze (>60%).
If user scores in the range from 60% to 40%, test is passed but no award is given. All the results below 40% fail.
Users have an option to share their achievements in social media.
Everyone is welcome to submit questions via Airtable form.
Questions will be accepted unless they duplicate an existing content. The database will be updated daily.
Each contributor gets credited as well as included in the the most recent and/or most active contributors list in the Top section.
The project is live, feel free you try it. The quiz platform is responsive, meaning it is easy to play on both desktop and mobile devices.
I'm hoping the project will help the community. I'm also looking forward to add questions and features to the platform itself in the future.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out!