We build the calendar as a webapp with the Next.js framework. The calendar is based on React Big Calendar, which I styled with React and Bootstrap.
Together with Diana I have a company: jodiBooks. With this company we try to make administration and technology (software and computers) for beauty specialists as easy as possible. We developed the jodiBooks software to assists with that, but we also offer to help people out when they need any other help related to administration and technology:
- Enter receipts and invoices
- Webshop e-fulfillment
- Computer and smartphone training
- Computer and smartphone assistance
- Website and webshop design
In developing that software I learned that I really like making websites and web apps. With that in mind, I decided to offer my services to make websites for other people too. In my portfolio I share my work.
One of our customers mentioned she'd liked to have a webshop someday. She wasn't in any rush, but when Covid hit, we quickly build a webshop for her.
Our user manual (application documentation) was put together in WordPress together with our blog. I build a dedicated docs website with Docusaurus.
Although we did a decent job making the jodiBooks dashboard mobile-friendly, it still lacked the native feel of an app.
Diana set up a WordPress blog, initially for me to, well, blog about and for jodiBooks. I learned to use it and took over the responsibility to keep it running.
Apart from having a place to articulate my thoughts, it was also a way of learning how to build, host and support a WordPress blog.
My first big "coding" project for jodiBooks.