I need your advice. I'm thinking of redesigning my portfolio. Two options:
- Angular + BootStrap: For me it would be to go one step further. Maybe this way I can show the last thing I've been learning. Besides, I love that there are no loads between pages, but... is it too much for a portfolio?
What do you advise me?
Top comments (7)
I just saw your portfolio about a minute ago in another article and I think It looks great. I don't know a lot about Angular but I do think its a little too much. Try out react and maybe instead of using bootstrap, check out tailwind CSS. It' s really cool
Thanks, Karen! I'll take a look at React + tailwind :)
Hi, you have a great portfolio. As for me, I think angular is a bit overweight for this. its need when you use a lot of async logic and multipage. You can add some pages with demo simple apps if you want to add angular or create different applications in GitHub and add a link in your portfolio on them. But it's IMHO. Wish you luck
Yes, Angular is too much, maybe as you say it is better to create a sample project apart from the portfolio. Thanks, man!!!
Lot of recommendation from not using Angular. But honest opinion you can easily build your portfolio using just Angular framework and its own libraries. You don't even need Bootstrap for that matter, I saw your portfolio and every element can be replaced with Angular material (UI components). If you are looking for inspiration you can look at my portfolio vikramkadiam.netlify.app which I've built solely using Angular and here is a write up on how I did that dev.to/vikramkadiam/how-i-built-my...
Hope this gives you some fresh thoughts.
Oh thank you Vikram !! I have already embarked on redesigning it without Angular, but after seeing your portfolio, the next version I will do with it.
Your portfolio is amazing. I have to take a look at it calmly, but do not doubt that it will be very inspiring :)
Can you please share github repo