After installing dependencies, run
my resume integrated into the website, which you can pull up and close by clicking on a button
I embedded the resume component I created inside a swipable drawer, which is handled by a function when I click on the quote or click to see my resume” button.
The “About Me” section
To avoid repeating the code, I mapped my four areas of skills to the same template component. Styling was a bit difficult for me because I couldn’t use “\n” to create new lines in JSX. However, I eventually resolved this issue and gained more understanding of styling with CSS and React.
Picture and links to my GitHub repositories
I created a single React component and map the data of different repositories to this component to be displayed on the website. This way, I can add new repositories to show easily
a contact form which you can send me an email
The API I call to send email is EmailJS.
Icons with direct links to my Github, LinkedIn, and Instagram accounts
@adrianhajdin for his portfolio for inspiring my design. His GitHub repo can be found at https://github.com/adrianhajdin/portfolio_website.git.