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Developer Portfolio ⚡️

A clean, beautiful, responsive and 100% customizable portfolio
template for Software Developers!

NodeJS NPM Made With React code style: prettier
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Getting Started

docker nodejs

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.

You'll need Git and Node.js (which comes with npm) installed on your computer or use Docker.

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Docker Commands

1) BUILD IMAGE : docker build -t developersportfolio:latest .
2) RUN IMAGE : docker run -t -p 3000:3000 developersportfolio:latest

Sections 📝

✔️ Summary and About me
✔️ Skills
✔️ Education
✔️ Certifications, Achievement and Badges 🏆
✔️ Experience
✔️ Open Source Projects Connected with Github
✔️ Contact me
✔️ Blogs
✔️ Location

To view a live example, click here

Clone And Use 📋

  • The website is completely built on react-js framework of javascript and that's why we need nodejs and npm installed.
  • While installing nodejs and npm, try to install versions which are equal or greater than the versions mentioned in badges above.
  • In case you want to help developing it or simply saving it, you can fork the repository just by clicking the button on the top-right corner of this page.
  • After the successful installation of nodejs and npm, clone the repository into your local system using below command:
git clone 
  • This will clone the whole repository in your system.- To download required dependencies to your system, navigate to the directory where the cloned repository resides and execute following command:
npm install 
  • Now, the project is ready to use.
  • You can check it using
npm start

it will open the website locally localhost:3000 on your browser.
it is recommended to use Chrome browser for better experience and customization.

Customize your own portfolio ⚙️

In this project, there are basically 4 things that you need to change to customize this to anyone else's portfolio: package.json, Personal Information, Github Information and Splash Logo.


Open this file, which is in the main cloned directory, choose any "name" and change "homepage " to https://<your-github-username> Do not forget the https://, otherwise fonts will not load.

Personal Information

You will find src/portfolio.js file which contains the complete information about the user. The file looks something like below:
Edit : "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit." to your own preference.

// Home Page  
const greeting = {  
// Social Media  
const socialMediaLinks = {  

You can change the personal information, experience, education, social media, certifications, blog information, contact information etc. in src/portfolio.js to directly reflect them in portfolio website.

Github Information

You will find git_data_fetcher.js file in the main directory of the repository. This file is used to fetch the data (Pull requests, Issues, Organizations, Pinned projects etc.) from your github.
If you open the file, you will see below component at the top of the file. You need to change only that component.

const openSource = {  
  githubConvertedToken: "process.env.ENTER_YOUR_GITHUB_TOKEN",  
  githubUserName: "process.env.ENTER_YOUR_GITHUB_USER_NAME",  

You can get a github token as described here. Give all permissions while generating token. Also add your githubUserName in the correct field inside git_data_fetcher.js.
Now, you need to run following command.

Warning: Treat your tokens like passwords and keep them secret. When working with the API, use tokens as environment variables instead of hardcoding them into your programs.

node git_data_fetcher.js  

This will fetch all the data from your github and it will automatically replace my data with yours.
Whenever you want to update the github related information on the website you need to run this command.

Profile Picture

  • First put your profile image in ./src/assets/images directory.
  • Then to put you own profile pictue in your portfolio. Go to ./src/containers/greeting/Greeting.js edit src in <img/> tag
  alt="profile picture"  
  src={require("../../assets/images/wave_Small3.gif")} //put you image path  
  • After this close the react server and start again by running the command.
npm start

Hooray!! profile picture set.

Splash Illustration

Note here that if you click Developer's Portfolio, you can see animating the Illustration at the beginning. I have designed the illustration in Figma and then animated it using css.
Therefore, this part of portfolio is not customizable. But don't worry we have a solution to this problem. You have below two alternatives:

  • If you want to design your own logo, then you can design it using Figma or Adobe XD or Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape. If you want to animate it, you can refer to ./src/components/Loader directory which contains js and css files which animates the logo.

  • If you don't want Splash screen or you don't know how to design logo, then this option is for you.

  • You can open src/portfolio.js file and at the top of this file you will see settings component as below:

// Website related settings
const settings = { isSplash: true, };
  • Change isSplash from true to false. - Now, if you see your website using
npm start

it will directly open home rather than animating logo splash screen. - If you design your logo in future, then edit the files in ./src/components/Loader and then revert isSplash to true in src/portfolio.js.

Themes 🟪🟦🟩🟨🟧🟥


  • You can take a look at src/theme.js file where all available themes are mentioned with respective color codes.

Available Themes:

export const blueTheme = {...};  
export const brownTheme = {...};  
export const purpleTheme = {...};  
export const greenTheme = {...};  
export const redTheme = {...};  
export const blackTheme = {...};  
export const pinkTheme = {...};  
export const violetTheme = {...};  
export const tealTheme = {...};  
export const orangeTheme = {...};  
export const yellowTheme = {...};  
export const materialDarkTheme = {...};  
export const materialLightTheme = {...};  
export const materialTealTheme = {...};
  • At the bottom of this file you will see the below code:
  export const chosenTheme = materialDarkTheme;
  • You need to change the name from materialDarkTheme to whatever theme you want to set your website to.
  • You can define new theme similarly as other themes and you can assign name of that new defined theme to chosenTheme.
  • That's it. You just need to change the theme name and the code will take care of everything else.

Run :

npm start

to check if everything is ok.

Deployment ✅

  • Once you are done with your setup and have successfully completed all steps above, you need to put your website online!
  • I highly recommend using Github Pages / Netlify to achieve this the EASIEST WAY.
  • To deploy your website, you have two options. First you need to create a github repository with the name <your-github-username> Please don't give it any other name.
  • Now, you need to generate a production build and deploy the website.

Option 1:

  • Run
npm run build

to generate the production build folder.

  • Enter the build folder, git init and push the generated code to the master branch of your new repository. That's it. Done.
    You may need to git init and force push at every new build.

Option 2 (will not work with user pages):

  • Run
npm run deploy

to build and create a branch called gh-pages. It will push the build files to that branch.

  • The last step in deploying is to enable Github Pages in settings of the repository and select gh-pages branch.

Now, your website is successfully deployed and you can visit it at <your-github-username>
If you are stuck somewhere and want to observe the deployment process in depth, then please feel free to raise an issue or PR if you can resolve.

Option 3 (Netflify deployment):
After push the code to the github repository. You could also host directly with Netlify by linking your own repository.

Deploy To Netlify

-> Recommendation Easy Process To do a manual deploy to Netlify’s CDN:

  • In the terminal of the ide type the following command to predeploy :
npm run deploy

It will make a ./build/ folder in the root/ directory will contains all the deploy contents which is generated as production build.

  • Then run the following command:
npm install netlify-cli -g

This command will create a Netlify deploy CLI in react project folder.

  • Then run
netlify deploy
  • Choose build as the path to deploy.

    To setup continuous delivery: With this setup Netlify will build and deploy when you push to git or open a pull request:

    1. Start a new netlify project
    2. Pick your Git hosting service and select your repository
    3. Click Build your site

Developers information Support for client-side routing: To support pushState, make sure to create a public/_redirects file with the following rewrite rules:

/* /index.html 200

When you build the project, Create React App will place the public folder contents into the build output.

Technologies, designs, illustrations and animations used for developement 🛠️

License 📄

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.

References 👏🏻

Contributors ✨

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Tamojit Das

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Rattle Coder


This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

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