I tried to ride the Pokemon Go wave. A way to share your pokemon go team with your friends. Take in a screenshot of your pokemon go team page and returns a sharable webpage to show your friends. Uses OCR to figure out what pokemon you have.
Flask with redis as storage. Uses PIL to cut up the screenshot and tesseract as the OCR engine. Code available here
A podcast run by two coworkers, Bobby and Ahnmin, where they discuss their favorite films, music, television shows, and videogames
A small site that scrapes and organizes third wave coffee roasters to easily sort and search for similar coffees. Worked with Billy to develop the site.
Flask running on Google App Engine using their whole ecosystem (db, cron, logging, etc) with Semantic UI for the frontend. Code available here
I love the Simpsons but Simpsons World (from FX) is so, so slow. This is a small (personal) web app for viewing simpsons episodes. Keeps track of history, random videos, screenshots and gifs (with subtitles).
Ruby on Rails for the website and API with ffmpeg in the backend for gif and screenshot creation. Frontend using semantic-ui and videojs. Apple TV app written with TVML and TVJS. Encoding backend written about here.
Continued the workshop with weekly meetings and lectures for beginner programmers. Created a small curriculum to learn about python and web programming.
Small vuejs + pwa app to show friends where I like to drink coffee
Mostly vuejs-cli pwa template, leaflet for maps,
backand back4app for the API, and stamen for the map tiles with surge.sh for deployment
Works as a PWA should. After the initial load, it caches the map files and allows for offline usage.
Quick web page to get basic browser and computer info from friends when they were having problems on apps I've made. A quick weekend build.
Uses UA-Parser to get basic info, ip info for geographic information, fetch for ajax and Pure.CSS for easy table styling. Uses
backand back4app to persist data.