Aws exam Site
Hey this is just a quick site which aims to provide the following:
- Display multiple AWS questions from Jon Boso's tutorial dojo exams
- Responsive Application Desktop / Mobile
- Work Offline
- Display total scores
- Display correct / wrong answers / explanations
To get started you will need to purchase the (excellent) exams from https://tutorialsdojo.com/
From there you will need to extract the questions data from Udemy which you can do by following the next steps.
- Start one of the 5 exams
- Immediately finish the exam
- Click on review questions
- Open the network tab in 'inspect element' and click on 'xhr'
- Find the API request with the questions in (See Image One). You can also try filtering on '/assessments/' to help narrow the list
- Right click the request and copy the response (See Image Two)
- Use an editor to select only the results array
- Paste the results into the 'Import' area at the bottom of the app (Press options to open it)
- Reload the page!
You're welcome to use exam.jackdh.com if you do not wish to host it yourself. The site is an exact clone of this repository so as you can see no backend activity is taking place so your questions are safe.
You have a number of options to deploy the site! Due to it being a fully frontend application I suggest building it and throwing it into a S3 website bucket.
You can build the site with the following command:
npm run build
and the output will be in the
My current setup is
push to code deploy ->
Build site ->
Sync to s3 website bucket
- Can I use this with other exams such as Whizzlabs?
- Can you provide me with the data to use?
- Where can I ask questions?
The following is information from the original boilerplate to assist further development.
This fork is the typescript implementation of this awesome boilerplate with
Project built with this, as an advanced example and guide: Web Application
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How to deploy to s3 automatically: S3 deployment script
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