An application that allows users to both conduct and participate in mock interviews.
MockIT transforms how mock interviews are held. This application connects the user to a live interviewer to practice interview questions created by the interviewer. Student users are able to search for an interview by the topic or company.
A bright shade of blue and yellow were used as a color theme for this application, as the majority of the user base is students.
By creating an interactive platform for students to conduct interviews, this project aims to encourage inclusivity in the educational environment.
# Clone this repository $ git clone https://github.com/Hitscotty/mockit.git # Go into the repository $ cd mockit # Install dependencies $ npm install # Start the development server $ npm run build $ npm run dev
This starts your app in development mode, rebuilding assets on file changes.
# First build your app for production: $ npm run build # Then run the app in production mode: $ npm start
Now you’ll need to pick a host to deploy it to.
If you’re familiar with deploying node applications, the built-in Remix app server is production-ready.
Make sure to deploy the output of
Using a Template
When you ran
npx [email protected] there were a few choices for hosting. You can run that again to create a new project, then copy over your
app/ folder to the new project that’s pre-configured for your target server.
$ cd .. # create a new project, and pick a pre-configured host $ npx [email protected] $ cd my-new-remix-app # remove the new project's app (not the old one!) $ rm -rf app # copy your app over $ cp -R ../my-old-remix-app/app app
This software uses the following open source packages: