There a number of examples of interests, cool code. The items are mostly done on spare time, and mostly to explore something of current interest. Many are not really complete and sometimes there are known bugs (to me). Think of these as a playground, of sorts. All are cool. One or two are client work.
Cards is a WP plugin I built. Everything is contained within the plugin. Cards allow users with accounts to login to the back end of their WordPress site to create a recipe, to do, project, and display it to visitors on the front end. Upon arrival visitors see cards or choose to list. Clicking an image or title brings visitors to the detail. This plugin is an example of capability and functionality. A plugin like Cards allows site owners the ability to create an item (recipe), describe things about the item (ingredients, steps, etc.) and then display all the items (cards or list) in multiple manners, whilst always allowing visitors to view the details of any one item (recipe).
Client products each belong to an instrument, type, and series. Existing site require entry of each product to each association, triple effort. Several hundred products entered three times each, and hundreds changing multiple times per year result in massive duplicate and triplicate work and broken links. New site requires one product entry with real time inclusion into any series, type, or product. One entry for all associations.
The application is stable and works well. I use it with clients to pass back and forth images, backups and the like. It’s very nice and needs almost no direction. Check it out.
This company paid up to $7500 per report to submit Fire Safety Plans to local fire departs to obtain a commercial building permit. My application eliminated their need engage this service now that project experts could answer standardized questions producing separate summary and comprehensive PDF output. This is an extensive application based upon a highly customized WordPress foundation. A custom plugin controls 12 sections, each of which contains up to 20 questions and if answered affirmatively shows applicable content. Since the site is protected and live, I’ve prepared a brief screencast to view.
Continuous deployment works by connecting my Git repository to my Netlify site and keeps the two in sync. It’s kinda fun to edit the Git repository – push – and whammo – Netlify has published. Cool.
This is a great integration between Google sheets and a realtime Vue.js use. Using Vue I “get” the spreadsheet, process it using my structure, the the HTML variables are processed filling out the markup. Very, very, cool. Here’s another report of 2018 Massachusetts Top Medium-Sized by the Boston Globe
This is just a wonderful way to present slides, cases, or any series of things. And, it includes a “tour” button on each slide that works wonderfully cool.
This is a great tool. Choosing various options, sections, selecting titles, creates a beautiful HTML email. Logic controls the output, and quick as a bunny I get a wonderful customized email. View it, then hit copy! And, of course, very cool.