Yahoo Boys Must Not See This: Reactions as Young Nigerian Man Creates Gmail Replica With Tech Skills

Yahoo Boys Must Not See This: Reactions as Young Nigerian Man Creates Gmail Replica With Tech Skills

- A talented Nigerian developer has got much praise on social media after he showed what he did with HTML and CSS

- With the programming languages, he was able to clone Gmail as people were amazed by it all

- There were tweeps who said they will like to meet him so he can explain how he did it so well

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A young Nigerian developer, Adedamola, showed off his skills recently and the reactions from people were massive.

In a Twitter post on Friday, April 2, the young man said he made an attempt at making a clone of Gmail with the use of HMTL and CSS languages.

Yahoo Boys Must not See this: Reactions as Young Nigerian Man Creates Gmail Replica with Tech Skills
A Nigerian developer displayed his amazing tech skill. Photo source: @Dedribble
Source: Twitter

Sharing four photos of his work process, one can see how he started with almost a blank page on his computer screen to one that looks exactly like the real email provider.

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Many people were wowed by his ability to build something that could easily pass off as the original.

See his post below:

With over 10,000 likes at the time of writing this report, there were some tweeps who expressed concerns that his skill must not find a way into the hands of those who defraud others. compiled some of the reactions below:

@reallazarusN said:

"This is nice. Make Yahoo boys no find you oh."

@PankajD60775979 said:

"Kabir is God. Supereme God is kabir and nothing else. God morning."

@JwMzoli said:

"I'm curious bro, how long did it take you? And did you copy the html and most of the css just by going inspecting the elements with the help of a browser (F12)."

@Emmy31087589 asked:

"This is awesome! How did you get the icons perfectly? Still with css?"

He replied:

"I used hero icons and styled them with css."

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@Nimalan_ said:

"Really great. If I have done this, I would really messed up with CSS."

@acububad asked:

"Are you a G boy?"

He responded:

"I'm just someone trying to get into frontend development. Weird question."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Ekene Ashinze, achieved great success despite the trying time caused by the pandemic.

On Monday, August 3, 2020, Ekene announced that he got employed by Microsoft as a software engineer, a job he started three months before then.

Source: Legit

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