ctrtanc14 karma2019-11-06 17:52:58 UTC
As a professional web developer, I can speak to this a bit, just looking through the site. All the below being said, I don't want to discount how impressive this site is! I've done projects like this and they're (1) not easy and (2) very fulfilling when you get them up and running. I learned all my web skills through personal projects like this, but not typically on this kind of scale. Diving in to a personal project that you feel passionate about and looking up tutorials really is an excellent way to learn.
tl;dr: The site is a pretty decent project for a beginner if you do it in small sections. The front end will be more simple than the back end. The most difficult part is the algorithms for actually analyzing the data accurately.
When it comes to the front-end of the site itself, it's not too difficult:
Basically, the front-end of the site is something that is a pretty realistic project for a beginner. That being said, if you're really starting out, it's going to take you a few months and won't be easy.
The back-end of the site is the more difficult thing, depending on what part of it we're talking about. I'll split it up:
Hopefully this helps! Also, I'd be interested to know how accurate this is u/ReviewMeta :)
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