Most of my code of note lives in github now. Lease check it out if you’re interested. One day I might implement on of my ideas, and when I do, it’ll live here. Until then, here are some things I work on and semi-actively maintain.
- Manifesto - A quick little bookmarklet I put together to debug
cache.manifestfile syntax for offline web apps. The source lives on Google Code if you’re interested. I wouldn’t call it actively-maintained but I’ve recently heard it still works…
- North Catasauqua website - I did some work to get my hometown on the web. I setup and tweaked Squarespace for their needs and help when they have questions.
- Catasauqua Area Showcase Theatre (CAST) website - Set this up years ago and keep it up-to-date code-wise, content is actively maintained by the organization.
- This website - See the Colophon for details on the design and code.
- ChannelScrobbler for OS X - My first built-from-scratch Mac app in the Mac App Store. ChannelScrobbler sits in your status bar and posts your Last.fm scrobbles to a Slack channel in real-time.
- Cues for iPad (Coming Soon!) - Cues: The Audio Engineer’s Teleprompter is designed to provide cues and sound effects for running the sound board for a live theatre production. Cues uses an act and scene based interface to provide hints on what microphone or sound board channels to bring up or down for a given scene in a show.
- StoryboardMerge for OS X - I didn’t create it, but @marcinolawski merged in a pull request of mine that allows it to be used as a git mergetool for dealing with merging Xcode storyboard files. If you do Cocoa development in a team it’s work a look!
- Allentown Lights in the Parkway Display Builder for iOS - I built this app by myself in 3-weeks back in 2012 as an employee of Trifecta Technologies, Inc.. It hasn’t been updated since, but still works on my iPad running iOS 8.1. It never had a ton of downloads and I’m not sure if it even accomplished its goal of giving people something to do while waiting in line for the Allentown Lights in the Parkway display, but my kids still like to play with it.