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The personal portfolio website, built with React.js and Tailwindcss, showcases the developer's GitHub projects, resume, and technical skills.


  • Simple and Light: The website has a clean and lightweight design, ensuring a smooth user experience.
  • Fully Responsive: The website is responsive to different screen sizes, allowing users to access it seamlessly across various devices.


To install the theme, follow these steps:

  1. Run npm install to install the required dependencies.
  2. In the project directory, run npm start to start the development server.
  3. Open your web browser and go to http://localhost:3000 to preview the website.


The personal portfolio website is built with React.js and Tailwindcss. It has a simple and lightweight design, making it easy to navigate and user-friendly. The website is fully responsive, ensuring accessibility on different devices. To install the theme, simply follow the provided installation instructions.


React is a widely used JavaScript library for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It follows a component-based architecture and uses a virtual DOM to efficiently update and render UI components


Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that provides pre-defined classes for building responsive and customizable user interfaces.


A portfolio website is a type of website that showcases an individual's or a company's work, skills, and accomplishments. It typically includes a gallery of images or videos, case studies, and client testimonials to provide potential clients or employers with a comprehensive overview of their experience and expertise.

GitHub Pages

Gridsome is a Vue.js-based static site generator that makes it easy to build fast and flexible websites and applications by leveraging modern web technologies like GraphQL, Webpack, and hot reloading


PostCSS is a popular open-source tool that enables web developers to transform CSS styles with JavaScript plugins. It allows for efficient processing of CSS styles, from applying vendor prefixes to improving browser compatibility, ultimately resulting in cleaner, faster, and more maintainable code.