This repository contains all of the source code for DESandoval.net - the personal website for Daniel E. Sandoval. This repository is meant to showcase the code used to create a dynamic portfolio website using static markdown files as the main source of content.
All contributions are by @d3sandoval unless otherwise specified in a commit message/author.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.
- the latest node and npm versions.
- a local redis database for development with the cache. Quick Start
To get started, simply run:
You'll need a
.env file with the following items:
Other environment variables available are:
REDIS_HOSTNAME=IP_ADDRESS_OR_FQDN REDIS_PORT_NUMBER=SOME_PORT REDIS_PASSWORD=YOUR_PASSWORD_HERE
^ Use these if you have a remote or unique redis instance that you'd like to connect to.
dev script will start up a local redis database and an HMR-ready environment:
npm run dev
You'll see an output like:
> firstname.lastname@example.org dev /Users/admin/projects/desandoval-dot-net > redis-server /usr/local/etc/redis.conf > ./redis.log | node server.js > Using external babel configuration > Location: "/Users/admin/projects/desandoval-dot-net/.babelrc" > Using "webpack" config function defined in next.config.js. > 17 items added/updated in the portfolio cache > 4 items added/updated in the blog cache > 10 items added/updated in the wallabag cache DONE Compiled successfully in 2358ms > Ready on http://localhost:8080
Running the tests
There are no tests... I'm working on that.
End to End Tests
Right now, just click around to the various pages and make sure things are working
And coding style tests
- Next.js - The web framework used
- Material-UI - React components that implement Google's Material Design.
- Redis - Used to cache server responses
- react-markdown - Used to parse the portfolio pages
- rss-parser - Used for parsing my blog feeds
Please open up an issue or PR if you see something you'd like to change.
I'm just making up the version numbers at this point. If somebody starts using some of my code as a dependency, I may think about versioning.
- Daniel E. Sandoval - DESandoval.net
This project is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0
- The next.js and material-ui communities for being so helpful!
- My partner, Libby, for being so patient with me as I figured out how to build this