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25 Web Development Projects You Must Work On- 2024

Undoubtedly, one of the most effective ways to master web development is through hands-on practice. While studying theoretical concepts is essential, applying your knowledge to real-world projects is what truly solidifies your skills. Whether you're a beginner looking to build a strong foundation or an experienced developer seeking new challenges, here are 25 web development project ideas to sharpen your abilities.

Student Result Management System

The Student Result Management System aims to provide a quick and user-friendly way for students and universities to access and manage exam results. Students can log in to view their results, and new students have the option to register. The system is designed to present results in an easily understandable manner.

How to do it: After grasping the fundamentals of front-end, back-end, and database programming, start by creating a full-stack application. Utilize HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and MySQL to implement user authentication, result display, and registration functionalities.

Student Result Management System

Online Code Editor (React)

This project involves building an online code editor using React, allowing users to write and execute code in various programming languages. The goal is to create a platform where users can seamlessly edit and test their source code.

How to do it: Begin by working on the front end with HTML, CSS, and React. Implement features for code input, execution, and result display. Focus on creating a user-friendly interface for a smooth code editing experience.

Online Code Editor

Amazon Clone using React

The Amazon Clone project revolves around using React to create a working replica of Amazon's online store. This project will help you understand the components required for an effective e-commerce site and apply them to your application.

How to do it: Start with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Use React to build the different sections of an e-commerce site, such as product listings, shopping carts, and checkout processes. Integrate dynamic data and enhance the user interface.

Amazon Clone using React<br>

Customer Relationship Manager

The Customer Relationship Manager project involves creating a backend web application that allows for the creation, reading, updating, and deletion (CRUD) of customer data. It's a fundamental project for understanding backend web development.

How to do it: Utilize technologies like Node.js, Express.js, and MongoDB to build the backend infrastructure. Implement CRUD operations for managing customer data. Develop a user-friendly interface for interacting with the customer database.

Customer Relationship Manager

Sorting Visualizer

The Sorting Visualizer project aims to provide a visual representation of various sorting algorithms. Users can observe how different algorithms operate and gain a deeper understanding of fundamental JavaScript concepts.

How to do it: Create a web application using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and JavaScript. Implement visualizations for sorting algorithms such as bubble sort, merge sort, and quicksort. Allow users to interact with the visualizations to enhance their learning experience.

Sorting Visualizer

Multiplayer Game – Connect4

The Multiplayer Game – Connect4 project focuses on creating the well-known Connect4 game with multiplayer functionality. It provides an opportunity to learn some crucial networking and game design basics.

How to do it: This project is for you if you've ever wondered how multiplayer games are developed or if you've ever wanted to make a game for your weekend. Use PyGame, Sockets, and game programming to create a multiplayer Connect4 game for you and your friends.

Multiplayer Game – Connect4

YouTube Transcript Summarizer

It has become quite challenging to invest time in watching movies that might be longer than anticipated. Occasionally, our endeavors may be in vain if we cannot glean helpful information from them. We can easily spot critical themes in these videos by automatically summarising their transcripts, which saves us time and energy from having to watch the entire thing again.

How to do it: People view YouTube videos daily, which can be instructive, documentary, or any other genre with a longer duration; consider how much time can be saved by providing summary information. This project is going to be a chrome extension that will send a request to Rest API in the backend, and that API will send you the summary of the YouTube Transcript.

YouTube Transcript Summarizer

OurApp – a Social Media Web App in NodeJS

Users of the real-world application OurApp can communicate, follow one another, and post brief tweets. After mastering HTML, CSS, and JS, this project best suits people who want to delve deeper into a full stack using Nodejs and MongoDB.

How to do it: Do you want to be a full-stack developer who can go beyond HTML, CSS, and JS? Build this complete stack application to learn how to use NodeJS, MongoDB, and other technologies to create contemporary, fast, and scalable server-side web applications. This is the project for you if you want to develop something fascinating while honing your NodeJS skills. You can also enroll in full-stack web development courses for free that will help you become a prominent developer in your area.

OurApp – a Social Media Web App in NodeJS

Codechef Notifier

CodeChef frequently experiences server overload issues that make it difficult for judges to provide results on submissions quickly. The only option left to the coders is to continually check the site after a certain amount of time to see if the result is there or not. Through this project, we hope to eliminate the extra step of reviewing the submission page to determine our submission’s outcome. We will automate the procedure of retrieving the result and notifying the user as soon as it is ready.

How to do it: Codechef is a popular platform for coding practice, but server overloads can lead to delayed results. This add-on aims to save time by automating the process of fetching the result and notifying the user promptly. Use web scraping or APIs to gather result information and implement a notification system.

Codechef Notifier

Visualizing and Forecasting Stocks using Dash

This project involves visualizing and forecasting stock data using Dash, a Python framework for building analytical web applications. It provides an opportunity to apply data visualization and machine learning concepts to financial data.

How to do it: If you have an interest in the stock market, this project will simplify the visualization of stock data. Utilize Python, Dash, and relevant libraries for data visualization. Implement features to forecast stock trends based on historical data.

Visualizing and Forecasting Stocks using Dash

Online Code Editor (JQuery)

An online code editor is accessed through browsers and is located on a distant server. Although some online code editors are more like full IDEs, others are more like text editors with basic capabilities like syntax highlighting or code completion.

How to do it: Create an online code editor using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JQuery. Focus on enhancing the user experience with features like syntax highlighting and code completion. Ensure smooth code input and execution.

Online Code Editor (JQuery)

FuzzyURLs

FuzzyURLs involves creating your URL shortening service using Django, a high-level web framework for Python. It provides hands-on experience in building a web application with a specific focus on URL manipulation.

How to do it: Develop a Django-based URL shortener from scratch. Understand the workflow of URL shortening services and implement features for creating, managing, and redirecting short URLs.

FuzzyURLs

Slack Clone using React

This project aims to create a Slack clone using React, providing a platform for real-time messaging and collaboration. It is an intermediate-advanced level project that emphasizes React-Redux and Firebase.

How to do it: Apply React-Redux principles to build a web messaging service similar to Slack. Utilize Firebase for real-time database functionalities. Focus on creating a responsive and feature-rich messaging application.

Slack Clone using React

Authentication in Node.js for a Web App

Learn to build an authentication system for a web app using Node.js. Explore various authentication techniques, assess their strengths and weaknesses, and implement improvements.

How to do it: This project is excellent for those who want to delve into Node.js and understand the intricacies of building a secure authentication system. Implement user authentication, session management, and explore methods to enhance security.

Authentication in Node.js for a Web App

TinyMCE Synonyms Plugin

Create a plugin for the TinyMCE rich text editor that searches for synonyms of words and allows users to insert them into the editor.

How to do it: Develop a custom plugin for TinyMCE, integrating a feature that enables users to search for synonyms and easily insert them into the rich text editor. Understand the TinyMCE API for seamless integration.

TinyMCE Synonyms Plugin

Rat in a Maze

Build a basic React web app that displays all possible paths a rat can take from the top left to the bottom right of a square maze with pre-set obstacles.

How to do it: Create a simple React web application to visually represent the classic Rat in the Maze puzzle. Implement features to showcase all potential paths the rat can take through the maze.

Rat in a Maze

Resume Builder Web Application

Use ReactJS and NodeJS to create a web application for building resumes. This project guides you through the steps of creating a resume-builder and provides a practical way to support individuals in crafting their resumes.

How to do it: Dive into ReactJS and NodeJS to develop a user-friendly resume builder. Implement features for adding personal details, educational background, work experience, and skills. Focus on creating a dynamic and customizable resume template.

Resume Builder Web Application

Markdown Editor

Build a Markdown Editor that allows users to write Markdown and preview the rendered HTML. Markdown is a web-based text formatting system widely used for blog posts, documentation, and more.

How to do it: Develop a Markdown Editor using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Enable users to write Markdown code and see the real-time preview of the rendered HTML. Enhance the editor with features like bold text, images, and lists.

Markdown Editor

450 DSA Tracker

The 450 DSA Tracker aims to help users track their progress in solving 450 Data Structures and Algorithms problems. It utilizes TypeScript, React.js's reducer and context API, and real-time browser IndexedDB for caching information.

How to do it: Implement a web application using TypeScript and React.js to track progress in solving Data Structures and Algorithms problems. Utilize the reducer and context API for state management and IndexedDB for real-time browser caching.

450 DSA Tracker

To-do Web App

Construct a to-do web application using Adonis.js, a Node.js framework. Learn about HTTP, REST API, and CRUD operations while creating backend APIs for managing to-do lists.

How to do it: Work on building CRUD APIs with Adonis.js for a to-do web app. Use Postman to test the APIs and create backend functionality for adding, updating, and deleting tasks. Gain experience in working with backend frameworks.

To-do Web App

Two Truths and a Lie Game Slack Bot

Develop a Slack bot for playing the "Two Truths and a Lie" game within a Slack workspace. This project utilizes JavaScript and Node.js to create a fun and interactive game for workspace members.

How to do it: Create a Slack bot that facilitates the "Two Truths and a Lie" game. Use JavaScript and Node.js to handle interactions within the Slack workspace. Implement features for users to share statements and guess which one is false.

Two Truths and a Lie Game Slack Bot

Real-Time Video Processing using Chromakey (Greenscreen) Effect

Explore chromakeying (greenscreen) effects used in video processing. Build a web application using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to replace a green screen with a background video or image.

How to do it: Develop a web application that processes real-time video, applying a chromakey effect. Use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to manipulate video frames and replace the green screen with a background video or image.

Real-Time Video Processing using Chromakey (Greenscreen) Effect<br>

WhatsApp Web Clone

Develop a WhatsApp web clone with real-time messaging capabilities using React and Firebase.

How to do it: Use React to build the user interface and Firebase for real-time database functionality, creating a smooth messaging experience.

WhatsApp Web Clone

Email Alerts on WhatsApp

Set up WhatsApp alerts for new emails to simplify email management and notification.

How to do it: Use Twilio, an automation platform, to create a tool that fetches detailed information from the inbox and sends alerts on WhatsApp.

Email Alerts on WhatsApp

Weather Forecasting App

Build a responsive front-end for a weather forecasting app using the Streamlit library and OpenWeatherMap APIs.

How to do it: Utilize Python and Streamlit to visualize weather data and interact with OpenWeatherMap APIs for real-time weather information.

Weather Forecasting App

Wrapping Up

This compilation of web development projects provides a diverse range of challenges, allowing you to enhance your skills across different technologies and concepts. Whether you're interested in full-stack development, data visualization, game design, or automation, these projects offer valuable

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hyeonho • Edited

If you look closely, you'll see Internet Explorer in the pictures.

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Ingo Steinke

"You Must Work On- 2024 [...] Online Code Editor (JQuery)" looks like there is a typo in that title. That should be 2014!

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Mukesh Kuiry

Ohh really!

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Mukesh Kuiry

Yupp! 😆 in Customer Relationship Manager

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val von vorn

I am sorry that you maust work on them all, but anyways, thanks for your spam post!

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sammie

Very useful!
I would like to share a local server environmentcalled ServBay. It helps me shorten my development time, very convenient.

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Mukesh Kuiry

Thanks for sharing!
I will surely check.

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Ivan Zanev

I remember in 9th grade we had to choose something to do for programming and show at the end of the school year. I decided to do a visualization of the sorting algorithms. It was a Pascal program that allowed the user to select the sorting algorithm, input all the numbers in succession and then it was showing step-by-step animation with moving boxes. Was a fun thing to do.

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Mukesh Kuiry

That's great man!
Inspiring..

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Emeka Orji

Haha! The audacity in the title "Must!"

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Mukesh Kuiry

Yupp!!! 😆

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Marcos Javier Gómez Hollger

Nice to do projects... thanks !

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Mukesh Kuiry

Thanks, Marcos!

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Marxu

Where can I get those projects ?

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Mukesh Kuiry • Edited

Just search with the Title in YouTube, Google, GitHub
You will get tons of tutorials & Repos.

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Samuel Urah Yahaya

Nice list of projects to do....

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Mukesh Kuiry

Thanks :)

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Michaelcoder12

Thanks for the tips

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Mukesh Kuiry

Thanks 💗

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Mohammad Mahdi Bahrami

Come on! These are really advanced, large, and complicated projects!

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Mukesh Kuiry

Yes! There are mixed categories of projects.

If you want beginner-friendly projects, then here are some suggestions from my side:

  • Personal Portfolio
  • Blog Platform
  • Recipe Finder
  • Weather App
  • To-Do List
  • Interactive Quiz
  • Event Countdown Timer
  • Budget Tracker
  • Fitness Log
  • Social Media Dashboard
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TamI™

Nice

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Mukesh Kuiry • Edited

Thanks 💗

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Great

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Mukesh Kuiry

Thanks 🙌