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Project Zone 🚀


Project Zone suggest users the projects they can create based on their skills


Problem 😧

When we participate in any hackathon, we always face an issue i.e what project should you create you always seek for some inspiration for projects. Or, when we learn a new tech skill like react, angular, node or anything, then we always go to google or youtube to find some project ideas.

So if you face the same problem we are here to help you! 🤩

Solution 😃

Project Zone suggests a user about the projects they can create based on their skills. Project Zone has a collection of wide variety of projects for many different skill-sets. You can also add some projects of your choice on Project Zone. Project Zone has the categories of projects from beginner level to advanced level.


  • Login/Signup
  • Email Verification
  • Find best projects
  • Find projects based on your skills
  • Filter projects as beginner, intermediate or advanced level
  • Get an auto recommended project
  • A logged-in user can add his/her project, with a GitHub link too
  • Build your profile. Edit it as well
  • Get projectones on adding projects or making an enchantment on other projects
  • Earn badges
  • If you find any bug or you have a suggestion then fill out the form and contact us.

Frameworks & Tools 🧰

  • React
  • NodeJs
  • ExpressJs
  • MongoDB

Setting up the project for running at localhost 💻

🚩 Forking repository :

  • Firstly you have to make your own copy of the project. For that, You have to fork the repository. You can find the fork button on the top-right side of the browser window. (Refer to the image below )
  • Kindly wait till it gets forked.
  • After that copy will look like /project-zone forked from rockingrohit/project-zone step1

🚩 Clone repository :

  • Now you have your own copy of the project. Here you have to start your work.
  • Go to the desired location on your computer where you want to set up the project.
  • Right-click there and click on git bash. A terminal window will pop up.
  • Type the command git clone .git and hit enter.
  • Wait for few seconds till the project gets copied.


Follow the Contribution Guidelines

Following are the steps to guide you:

  • Step 1: Fork this repository.


Then go to your Git terminal and clone it on your machine.


  • Step 2: Add a upstream link to main branch in your cloned repo
    git remote add upstream https://github.com/rockingrohit9639/project-zone.git
  • Step 3: Keep your cloned repo upto date by pulling from upstream (this will also avoid any merge conflicts while committing new changes)
    git pull upstream main
  • Step 4: Create your feature branch (This is a necessary step, so don't skip it)
    git checkout -b <feature-name>
  • Step 5: Track your changes✔️ .
    git add .
  • Step 5: Check for your changes.
    git status
  • Step 7: Commit all the changes (Write commit message as "Small Message")
    git commit -m "Write a meaningfull but small commit message"
  • Step 8: Push the changes for review
    git push origin <branch-name>
  • Step 9: Create a PR on Github. (Don't just hit the create a pull request button, you must write a PR message to clarify why and what are you contributing)

🚩 Setting up the environment


  • To setup the environment in your system run the following commands

    cd project-zone
    npm install
  • After installing all the server dependencies run the server using the following command

    npm start


  • To setup server in your system run the following commands
    cd project-zone
    cd server
    npm install
  • After installing all the dependencies go through the following commands to make a directory named config inside server directory & add a fille config.env in config directory.
    mkdir config
    cd config
    touch config.env
  • Edit config.env as follow :-
  • After following all above steps, run the following command to start server
    cd ../
    nodemon index.js
  • Expected Output in terminal


Preview 👀


📌 Opensource Programs

This project is a part of following Open Source Program

Levels & Points

Level Points
Level 0 5
Level 1 10
Level 2 15
Level 3 30
Level 4 45

Our Contributors 🎇

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Code of Conduct

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MIT License
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