stack, it's an S-tier pun
This one is a dumb project that took a few hours from create-react-app to deployment. Super super dumb, I'd skip looking at this one.
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: