Nishant Gaurishankar Hulwan
Pace University, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems New York, NY
Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science May 2021
Mahatma Gandhi Missions College of Engineering and Technology Mumbai, Maharashtra
Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Computer Engineering May 2018
Programming languages: Java, C, Python
Databases: MySQL, SQL, Elasticsearch
Development Operating Systems: Tomcat, Docker
Mobile Application Development: Ionic5
User Management June 2020
Created a JSON web token for the project that can be used to authenticate users on applications using spring boot and tested the credentials in Postman.
Developed a username, password, Email, Date and time when the user logins components using Java and Spring boot.
Implementation of Spaceflights using Ionic5 and Angular May 2020
Implemented a Spaceflight application using Ionic5 and Angular as a framework. The list of Spaceflight details was called using a spaceflight API using Angular HTTP requests. All the data was passed in Angular Services.
Whenever you click on the Spaceflight it will show the details of the launch and more details of the spacecraft.
The login and Signup page is Integrated with Firebase which is a NoSQL database. User can dynamically login through Signup page and it will re- route to Login Page and after Login Page it will Route to Home Page where the list of Space Launches will be displayed.
Restful Web Service Implementation and Docker November 2019
Developed a Restful Web Service called Bookstore Management System which manages all the data of the books like Book title and Book author using Node.js and Express framework and dockerized.
Created a database using JSON file.
We run this app using Docker.
Single Page Application using ReactJS November 2019
Designed a user interface (UI) using ReactJS and CSS. The User Interface consists of three blog posts Title of the post, Date of the post, Summary of the blog post, Body of the post.
Created a div that displays the content from the third-party API that updates the div every 5 seconds. This was done using an AJAX call. The third-party API used to get AJAX call was using Google News API.