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Here’s a video I made on showing extensions for known filetypes in Windows
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I’ve made a new website: http://inclib.com. Right now it’s just a generic social media message board with some categories functionality thrown in. It takes a Google Oauth login, and is widely built on Vue. It was surprisingly easy to write using Vue
Created a web development environment using Ace JS code pad which is used in the Amazon Cloud 9 development environment
I was originally calling this Browzar but changed the repo name. It works pretty well, I’m recreating it in Vue instead of Angular because the code is much more compact
Here’s a small lightweight stock search app I wrote:
I wanted to see if I could pull this off with Angular. I did and it’s striking to me how much this simplifies the code from writing it in JQuery which was my first instinct.
I’m trying to write a one size fits all REST API solution in Angular and this is the beginnings of that
On Github: https://github.com/threex0/AlphaVantage_js
Created an online text editor with both syntax highlighting with common themes. I’ll post it tomorrow.
Write ups on both to come.
My API is coming along! Check out my progress. Pokemon Card DB and API demo:
Used a couple public Pokemon card SQLs to lay the foundation. Used the Python Scraper Scrapy to collect the images. Used some python to create some complicated MySQL logic to create a database from the images. Wrote some custom PHP scripts to lace the databases together, and even some Powershell to lay the foundation of the images database using a file-list of cards as the foundation.
The whole thing uses Jquery/AJAX and a built from scratch API to seamlessly load the cards and images without having to reload the page.
Also because of a file size really too large to fit on my webhost without some pretty severe overages, I loaded all the images (A whopping 600MB+, that’s a WHOLE CD of pokemon card images) to AWS/S3. It’s a pretty good solution considering I’m only paying 12 cents a month there for that amount of data. Not bad.
Full disclosure, this isn’t just for fun. I’m creating a back-end for a front end website for listing and selling Pokemon cards, that I may even open up to a community. Most E-commerce software isn’t built for listing something as redundant with as many details as playing cards. Building something custom would allow me, and whoever is interested, to list and sell playing cards extremely quickly.
So you’ll probably see a demo of the shop to come soon as well, and maybe a write-up of some of the things involved in this project
I DON’T KNOW WHY I MADE IT EITHER!
A little video I made on hotkeys