Hi 👋🏻, I am
I love to make web beautiful
I am a frontend engineer, based in West Bengal, India, focused in building fast and responsive UI for websites
Hello! I'm Nabanita, a frontend engineer, based in West Bengal, India. My interest in building websites started back in 2012. By fumbling across the internet, I learned a few about HTML!
Cut to 2018, I joined a training program. Although it was on Internet of Things, it rekindled my inclination towards building websites. I decided to dive deeper into the vast world of web development. And since then, I have learnt new stuff everyday.
For past one and a half year, I have helped in creating beautiful and performant websites for clients as well as building intuitive products so that end users can get top class experience.
Aside from building UI, I am proficient in Mathematical Computation and automation using Python. In my leisure hours, sometimes I write short stories, paint or write blogs on latest cool stuff from tech world.
Frontend Developer @ TEAL India
Intern: April 2021 - July 2021, Fulltime: August 2021 - Present
- Built calculator to show property prices in various cities in India
- Rendered analytics pages where in map view locality based property information can be seen
- Built various pages for the main website using Ant Design components
Frontend Engineer @ MinD Webs
March 2020 - March 2021
- Built dashboard analytics based web application for teacher student task assignment and handling using Redux, React Query and Ant Design components
- Made frontend UI using React.js and styled-components and handled API integration for a mobile first PWA
Frontend Developer Intern @ DSC KGEC
December 2019 - January 2020
- Built landing page using react for the official website of our college developers’ club
React Query - Beyond BasicsJun 21, 2021
Various articles over the internet have already discussed the basics of using react-query. But the more advanced and niche features has hardly been discussed. So here we'll, delve deeper into some of the feature of react-query world.
Simulating Amplitude Modulation using PythonOct 1, 2019
In communication labs in our colleges we all generate amplitude modulated signals using CROs. But the same can be performed by using Python and few of its additional libraries and the end result can be equally dope.