WizDumb 🎓

Tech Academy using MERN to create a Stack Single-Page Application


WizDumb is an e-learning platform that offers a wide range of short courses in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Node.js, Express.js, GitHub, and React. The platform aims to provide a comprehensive learning experience for individuals looking to enhance their skills and knowledge in web development technologies. With user-friendly interfaces and interactive content, WizDumb makes learning fun and accessible to users of all skill levels.

Final result


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  • Course catalog with various topics and technologies.
  • Registration and updating profile functionality.
  • Forum to interact with fellow students.
  • Interactive course modules with quizzes and exercises.
  • User authentication and profile management.
  • Search functionality to find specific courses.
  • Responsive design for seamless usage on different devices.


  • MongoDB: A scalable and flexible NoSQL database for storing course data and user information.
  • Express.js: A minimalistic web application framework for building the backend server and RESTful APIs.
  • React: A popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces and interactive components.
  • Node.js: A JavaScript runtime environment for running server-side JavaScript.
  • HTML: The standard markup language for creating web pages.
  • CSS: The language for styling the visual presentation of web pages.
  • JWT (JSON Web Tokens): A standard for securely transmitting information between parties as a JSON object.
  • Tailwind CSS: A utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom user interfaces.
  • Apollo: A GraphQL implementation that works with any GraphQL schema.
  • GraphQL: A query language for APIs and a runtime for executing those queries with your existing data.
  • Bcrypt: A library for hashing and salting user passwords to enhance security.


To run the project locally, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository.
  2. Install the dependencies using the package manager of your choice (e.g., npm).
  3. Set up the environment variables:
  • Create a .env file in the root directory.
  • Add the necessary environment variables, such as database connection.
  1. Start the development server:npm run development from the root directory.


Contributions are welcome! If you’d like to contribute to the project, please follow these guidelines:

  • Fork the repository.
  • Create a new branch for your feature or bug fix.
  • Make your changes and test them thoroughly.
  • Submit a pull request detailing your changes.


This project is licensed under the:

MIT license



Built by:

git Leesa Ali git Iman Jama git Faith Meades git Carmela Rey git Michael Walters git Jake Orchard


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