This was my final project for CS601 Web Development at Boston University in 2020. The assignment was to create a site that incorporated a number of HTML5 features for readability and accessability. Both the Gallery and Guestbook pages were created using Vue.js to incorporate some common functionality of a single-page applications.
This was a mid-term project for CS290 Web Development at Oregon State University in 2017. We were tasked with creating a website documenting how to use a publicly-available API of our choosing. As I love to play boardgames in my spare time, I chose to cover BoardGameGeek.com's API.
This is a Twitter clone I created to get some extra practice developing with Ruby on Rails. Currently I am experiencing some difficulty with my sendgrid account so you cannot register for access. However, you can log in using the following credentials: firstname.lastname@example.org / 123456
This is a personal project I have been working on that allows users to upload and read lianhuanhua which are a type of palm-sized comic book popular in 20th century China. I plan on having the site consume an external API to assist with translating the books and potentially even incorporate OCR technology as well. Presently, the site is still in development and not deployed.
This was another early assignment for CS601 Web Development at Boston University in 2020. The goal was to retrieve data from a custom JSON file and format it for displaying to the user.