Web apps made by me
I've made most of these in my free time, for fun.
Click the titles to try them yourself!
This is a Minesweeper clone. It borrows its goofy design from the FPS game Team Fortress 2 and replaces the mute smiley face with a vocal Demoman who will gladly praise your victory or narrate your defeat.
If you're unfamiliar with the concept of Minesweeper, press the question mark icon on the game's page for an explanation.
I used the howler.js library for managing audio. It's pretty neat because it allows me to have all the sounds in a single audio file as "sprites", reducing the time to load.
My homework project for the course Information technology 2.
In the old days, students and teachers would hand in their programming homework and research on punchcards.
With the computing power of machines back then, this was a lengthy process, so an operator would run each program on the department's computer.
This web app is a modern re-imagining of what a cataloguing program for operators would have looked like if web technologies had been available back then.
There is no live demo for this, but the source code is available here.
This web app can generate a unique arrangement of tiles using its pre-defined tile-sets every time you click on "Generate".
You may also upload your own tiles and have the app generate a random arrangement of those for you.
This project was inspired by Athos Bulcão's ingeniously designed geometric tiles.
A to-do list with categories and priorities.
In this project I was aiming to learn how jQuery and markup languages work and how they can be implemented for specific applications.
I made this around the time Material Design came out, as you can probably tell. It even has an XML serialiser/deserialiser built from scratch! I never felt like finishing it, but it works well enough to be shown off.