I have a tons of little projects that I stooped maintaining as soon as development was finished. Those projects are not worth mentioning here again. You can check these out on my GitHub profile.
Here are some significant stuff worth mentioning on my personal page (this page) that would demonstrate my skills on programming.
Table of contents
Lack testing Brainfuck-tape
Command Line Utils
Lack testing Ecbpass
I learned Python while building this. It is a simple tool that allows you to generate pseudorandom password for each site and no need to store it or remember it.Python
I learned about building stuff for Linux with C++ with this project. It is a not-simple-to-use, command line Pomodoro timer.C++ Linux
References and Footnotes
- 1↑: GitHub repositories People rarely find my stuff useful, but I posted it on GitHub so I won't lost it.
- 2↑: Screenshot of `ls` on archives, and that is not all. As I just said, most early works had been lost.
- 3↑: It have a mainfest.json and a ServiceWorker, and it can be put to your home screen.
- 4↑: Try it out!
- 5↑: https://schsrch.xyz/sw.js
- 6↑: Relevant code
- 7↑: relevant demonstration
- 8↑: Relevant code
- 9↑: Relevant code
- 10↑: Statistics
- 11↑: I hardly mentioned this website to anyone other than classmates in my school.
- 12↑: Many said it's much easier to use.
- 13↑: Relevant tests
- 14↑: xtremepapers.com
- 15↑: gceguide.com
- 16↑: papacambridge.com
- 17↑: pastpapers.co
- 18↑: Drop-Down Usability: When You Should (and Shouldn't) Use Them - Articles - Baymard Institute
- 19↑: Relevant screenshot
- 20↑: little server screenshot It may not seems like a "little server", but remember that it also runs SchSrch.
- 21↑: package.json
- 22↑: As of now all of my web projects are either hosted on my server with Nodejs, or hosted on github.io which is static.
- 23↑: Initial commit dating back to 2015
- 24↑: Nothing is infinite. I mean that there's no hard limit other than your physical memory size.
- 25↑: Electron home page see the Chromium version thing.
- 26↑: Relevant code
- 27↑: React doc on `Component.render` - React make uses of functional programming concepts and treated `render` as a pure function of the component's state (and props).
- 28↑: Expected app bundle size? · Issue #2003 · electron/electron
- 29↑: Relevant discussion
- 30↑: 2016 Augest is my final attempt at doing this. I haven't used Shanbay anymore after that.