Welcome to Powch, a full-stack web application built using the MERN stack for managing property listings and tracking revenue. This ambitious project represents one of my most challenging endeavors to date, with multiple revisions already in the works. 🏠 📊
With Powch, property managers can easily create and manage property listings, track their revenue streams, and stay organised. The application is built with a user-friendly interface and features advanced filtering and search functionality to make finding the right property a breeze. 👍
⚡ Figma for UI
⚡ Refine for REST API
⚡ Node.js 16
⚡ Material UI
🟢 Modern, Clean Dashboard with various functionalities.
🟢 Custom REST API/Backend with scalability.
🟢 Responsive Web Application.
🟢 Can be utilised by estate agents.
Any and all contributions are welcome. Here are some ways you can get started:
If you encounter any bugs or issues with the app, please let us know by opening up an issue on GitHub. Be sure to include as much detail as possible, including steps to reproduce the issue and any error messages you may have received.
If you are a developer and want to contribute code, follow these instructions:
- Fork the repository to your own GitHub account.
- Create a new branch for your changes.
- Make your changes and commit them to your branch.
- Push your changes to your forked repository.
- Open a pull request to have your changes reviewed and merged into the main project.
If you have suggestions for updates or improvements you would like to see, please open an issue on GitHub and explain your ideas. We welcome all suggestions and will consider them for future releases.
If you see the need for additional documentation or have any suggestions for improving the current documentation, please feel free to make the changes and submit a pull request.
Thank you for your interest in contributing to Powch! 🙏
Powch is licensed under the MIT License, which is a permissive open-source license. This means that you can use, modify, and distribute the app for both personal and commercial purposes as long as you include the original copyright and license notice.
By contributing to this project, you agree to license your contributions under the same MIT License.