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Quizolai App
Quizolai is an API and Database for german Quiz Questions
Coded in NestJS and Angular, Quizolai is a webapp and an API. It lets users login via magic link authentication to create, edit, view and vote on quiz questions. It offers a REST API to access the questions and answers. For those interested in the behind-the-scenes of Quizolai, there is an informative blog article detailing its architecture and code. As for now, Quizolai has reached over 50 registered users and achieved notable search engine rankings - a Google Page Rank of 1 for "quizfragen datenbank" and "quizfragen api" and rank 6 for "quiz api".
Quizolai Docs
The documentation for Quizolai
Quizolai Docs is a static website created using Docusaurus and the open API specification of the Quizolai public API. This documentation site serves to detail the functionalities and features of the Quizolai API.
Quizolai Landing Page
The landing page for Quizolai
Made with Astro and optimized for speed and SEO, the Quizolai landing page is a static site to showcase the Quizolai-Project.
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