The following is a partial list of some of my recent work, or work I am particularly happy with. This list includes demos or a description of or link to complete applications I have worked on. The work below includes things I did for fun, for school, for work, or for a learning experience. Feel free to email me with specific questions or comments about any of the apps below.
For newer, more recent demos, as well as more information on the sample work posted below, check out my recent blog posts.
This application was part of a networking class I took in the Spring of 2011. The app uses HTML5 Websockets to connect to a PHP server that I wrote, which implements the Websockets in the server. This project was very fun to work on, especially because there was little to no information online about how to implement the server in PHP. I ended up reading a lot of the HTML5 specs in order to make the server work properly, which it did. I later posted a video demo of this simulator in YouTube, since I don’t have a server that I can just let this run in order to do a live demo.
While this might not be the greatest web app in the history of the internet, I did enjoy making this simple app. This was my very first Google Chrome app, which is still being hosted at the Chrome Web Store as a free install. As of this writing, my fortune cookie app is the top downloaded app in all of Chrome Web Store that tells you your fortune without you having to pay for a meal at a Chinese restaurant =)
Another class project at school. This web app was built for a real company, though I’m not sure if they use my implementation today. There’s a local parent and teacher association that hosts annual music festivals for young boys and girls. All of their teacher registration, payment system, festival registration, etc. was done by hand, so I wrote an automated, user-friendly online version to help them. The system allows teachers to become registered teachers within the association, make their payments online, and register their students to the annual festival. System administrators could use the system to set up events, along with all of the little details associated with it.
For a less organized list of demos I have coded, checked out the following three pages:
A mobile web app project I worked on last year. This application was intended to be a native iPhone app to be put in the app store. I worked on the interface design and the logic behind it. The goal was to code the application in HTML5, then use a tool like PhoneGap to take it native.
Various very random modules I coded while trying to learn specific things. My main goal here was to experiment with, and get familiar with and proficient at the newer CSS3 and HTML5 APIs as they came out, or as I got interested in trying them out.
Some more random things (like a syntax highlighter jQuery plugin) that I coded just for fun or for the learning experience. While these demos could probably have been organized with the previous set of demos, I decided to separate them because these demos are probably more serious and/or useful.