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  1. Web application where users can purchase a solar photovoltaic design for their house or property. Admin accounts are able to log in and fulfil orders automating the process of sending designs to cl…

    Python

  2. network Public

    Network is reddit like social media site where users can make posts, follow users and upvote/downvote posts. This project is made using the Django REST framework to build a RESTful API and React on…

    Python

  3. Auction House is an auction website where users can view, list and bid on auction listings. Users are able to register an account, log in and create a new listing by filling out the create new list…

    Python

  4. mail Public

    Mail is an email client that makes API calls to the send and receive emails. The backend of the site is built using Django and the frontend is build using HTML, Bootstrap CSS and vanilla JavaScript.

    Python

  5. riverlevels Public

    Streamlit Web Application created for Fishtek Consulting with the aim of speeding up a menial business task which required downloading and plotting data in excel. The app consumes JSON data from th…

    Python

  6. RU_hack Public

    Web application designed to replace the UCAS clearing process. Built during the R.U. Hack Hackathon. The aim is to replace the need for students to call universities by simply allowing them to appl…

    Python 1

599 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to TomNewton1/network, TomNewton1/Auction-House, TomNewton1/RU_hack and 14 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2022

18 contributions in private repositories May 17 – May 20

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