The development of this website would not have been possible without the support of open-source community. Thanks to the community's so many seasoned developers who created open-source projects/ packages and allowed people to use them freely.
The credits below are merely my way of showing gratitude to the people/companies/entities who somehow helped in the development of my website. None of this is sponsored by any company whatsoever.
Some of the open-source frameworks/packages/tools used in development of this website include :-
Gatsby is a free and open source framework based on Reactjs that helps developers build blazing fast websites and apps. It combines the control and scalability of dynamically rendered sites with the speed of static-site generation, creating a whole new web of possibilities. In short, its a nice framework which creates static-sites making websites load faster.
Netlify is a cloud computing company that offers a development as well as deployment platform which includes build, deploy, and serverless backend services for web applications and dynamic websites. It also offers a generous free tier of build minutes for the developers and non-commercial Hobby projects such as blogs.
Dynadot is a privately held ICANN accredited domain name registrar and web hosting company. Dynadot's headquarters is established in San Mateo, California, with offices in Zhengzhou and Beijing, China, as well as Toronto, Canada. It is Dynadot where this domain is currently registered. They offer domains at cheap prices but excluding email-address, SSL-certificates etc.
Every website needs some sort of Content-Delivery-Network(CDN) to serve the request of every user across globe as fast as possible. This website uses Cloudflare for its CDN and the SSL certificate is also issued by CloudFlare as it also serve as Certification Authority(CA). Once again, thanks to CloudFalre for providing free plans for small static websites.
Infographics makes everything look beautiful. I wish we could have infographics for our faces as well. While many of the infographics used on the website are created by me in Adobe Illustrator, many other are downlaoded from the website Unslpash.com. The reason I like Unslpash is because it offers so many svg illustrations with open-source licenses. But I also edit the downloaded files to suit my needs.
I express my gratitude towards all those who somehow helped in making the above mentioned open-source projects possible. The list mentioned above is surely NOT exhaustive. There are so many others as well. I am thankful to all those. Someday I also intend to give something back to the dev community (if I can manage to make something good meaningful in the first place).
As I always say, the world needs more open-source developers more than anything else.