stack, it's an S-tier pun
You know how sometimes, links are like way too long and ugly for you to even want to click them. Well I had that problem too, and spent far too long building a web app for a solution. Gotta say though, this guy is pretty nice 👌👌.
An online store where you can buy overpriced street wear and even post your own products for sale! Made with a hyper modern stack, with actual credit card processing! I even wrote some tests for this bad boy. 👚Stay Fresh👗
A pun that evolved into an actual project. Do you get it? Pre-Vue-r! Because It's built in Vue.js! I thought of it in the shower, and built it out in a day 👌👌
A helpful command-line tool I published to the NPM registry which allows you to interact with some of Twitter's functionality without touching a web browser.
A pretty one-to-one clone of Hacker News with accounts, posting, and voting. Built entirely from scratch, without any template/starter files!
A simple demo game I built while trying to learn Unity along with C#. It was exported to use the Unity Web Player via WebGL and honestly, I gotta say it looks pretty spicy - 🚀💥😊
A zero-player game evolution game to simulate Conway's Game of Life. Best part: Dark mode!
A desktop clone of instagram where I first tested the waters with... you guessed it... Redux. Total proof of concept, but learned a bunch!
A catalog of delicious restaurants for you to view, review and add to! It's built with Node, and serves templated views directly from the server! 🍴🥗Hope you're hungry🥞🍗
The first React app I've ever built, emulating an online fish market. You can even login with Twitter/Github and start your own store!
Here is a short list of stuff that I'm planning on doing/working on in my spare time:
I'm also way addicted to buying domain names just to eventually make something for, so keep your eyes peeled for some other neat projects over at the following: