Projects, posts and general ramblings of another hobbyist programmer...
Whilst working on the backend for a recent project, I became frustrated that existing solutions for watching and restarting an app on change didn't work in a mounted docker volume.
There are many ways of connecting Firebase to Vuex, but none of them are as easy to use as VueFire.
As a Chrome user with a custom new tab page, I often miss the Google Doodles when they come out, which is a shame.
Recently, I started at a new school and needed a solution to manage all of my classes and homework tasks.
My friend recently asked me to make a material design soundboard. So I did.
Fandroid is a virtual fan for your android device. The app is simple. Press the button and the fan will turn on.
I recently needed to print out all the code associated with a project. Whilst I could've copied everything from my IDE to a word processor, I thought it might be nice to have a tool that could do this for me.
Whenever I'm working on a smaller project, I always feel that I can't use something like React or Vue because there's just too much extra stuff included that I'll never use.
The most common way to display a list of data in an Android app is to use a RecyclerView. Whenever I do, I'm always struck by how much boilerplate you need.
There are many different libraries for parsing and writing JSON. So why write a new one?
This is another simple, yet suprisingly useful app that I created for my friend. It's essentially a window that is always on top of your screen that you can resize and reposition.
This is the first proper Android app I've created. It's a virtual friend that you can customise with over 700 outfits.