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What’s the Most Recent Project You’ve Been Working On?

Happy Monday! Take a chance in the comments of this post to show off something cool you've been working on! Could be a personal or work project, could be programming related or not. We want to hear it all 💜

Here at Medusa, we've been preparing for a new release coming out this week! 👀 Stay tuned for our release post by following us here on DEV or by subscribing to our Newsletter!

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Rustam Apay

I made a small project with the new stack for me: Vue (without build)
-- keyboard voicer for my 2 y.o. son. So he can:
1) press manual keyboard buttons
2) see popup key on screen
3) listen to key name
I did it with English + Russian + Arabic.
apayrus.github.io/keyboard-trainer...
I plan to do video lessons how to do such an app. It covers topics:

  • keyboard events,
  • html5 audio
  • css animation
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Christian Engel

Thats a cool idea! My daughter always takes over my computer as well. She drives the IDEs syntax checker insane and makes me very grateful for having git 😅

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Aheisleycook

Good projevt

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James 'Dante' Midzi

Ooo, I see languages 😍

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JoelBonetR

I am loving that!! 😍😆

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Shahed Nasser Author

That is sooo cool 😍 I hope your son can benefit a lot from it! (Might have to show it to my nephew)

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Khokon M.

I've just finished publishing my Web Lock chrome extension. It's a browser extension to protect websites with a password. Just like we protect apps on mobile using app lock.
It has just reached 100 users, so I'm planning to do some upgrades to make it more useful.

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Shahed Nasser Author

Oh that’s a pretty cool idea. Could be helpful for parents as well

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José Aponte

Amazing! I believe this is vital for parents. I don't have kids 😅 but I imagine the situation as kids are surfing the internet at a very young age these days.

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Khokon M.

Thanks. Every little word is huge chunk of inspiration 🥰

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Chell

I'm working on a Chrome extension named Index Notch, which annotates scroll positions within web pages like bookmarks. I think its an urgent need when reading long frustrating articles ;) Still polishing it.

Screenshots & Source Code: github.com/imchell/index-notch

chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/...

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Christian

Interesting! Have you considered to annotate lines of text instead of the scroll positions?

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Chell

Thanks for your feedback! I'll add this in a future update.

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Mangor1no • Edited on

I made a simple landing page for my company with NextJS and TailwindCSS. It's a fun project for me, and the company accepted it as the primary landing page as well. First I gathered the ideas, then I designed the pages on Figma. After that, coding was the fun part. I did some animation on the page and learnt how to use the intersection observer API to limit the number of animated elements. All those works costed me a few weeks in my free time, and I think I'm happy with the result.

The sale team is filling/updating the content for it, but you can check it out here.
just.engineer

Btw, we are a small company that love to build beautiful website and mobile apps. If you are wandering out there to find people to help you with your project, we might be the suitable candidate :D

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Max F. Findel

The website looks great. The repeating quote from only one customer is too much for me. Maybe you could show just the singe quote?

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Mangor1no

Thanks for your feedback! The quotes and similar things on the website currently is mocked only, our marketing team are working on the content and it will be released shortly :D

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Shahed Nasser Author

Looks pretty cool!

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Mangor1no

Thank you, glad you like it ❤

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Jeremy Friesen

Two projects: one personal and one for work. The personal project is to re-tag all of my blog posts (I have about 700+). That's moving slowly but I'm ready to pull the trigger.

The other project was related to the DEV feed:

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Shahed Nasser Author

That sounds pretty cool! And the tagging your posts process must be a tiring one 😅

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Jeremy Friesen

I may have a write-up on this in the works, but the gist is:

  1. Dump all tags into Sheets
  2. Write first pass of tag map (e.g. this tag goes to these two tags)
  3. Review first pass, and write second pass.
  4. Write a script to do the mapping locally
  5. Review the results and adjust

The complicating factor is that I'm also positioning to move my canonical tag map from a Hugo yaml file into my Org Roam PKM.

What this will mean is that my tags will compress from 370 tags to about 60. And from there I'll begin to add more compost / fuel to my I may have a write-up on this in the works, but the gist is:

  1. Dump all tags into Sheets
  2. Write first pass of tag map (e.g. this tag goes to these two tags)
  3. Review first pass, and write second pass.
  4. Write a script to do the mapping locally
  5. Review the results and adjust

The complicating factor is that I'm also positioning to move my canonical tag map from a Hugo yaml file into my Org Roam PKM.

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Shahed Nasser Author

That sounds really impressive work! Good luck with it 😊

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naveennamani

I'm currently working on offline-docs a repo with collection of scripts to build offline documentation for tools like react, tailwind and many other open source projects.

It currently has 19 scripts but I'm aiming to reach a milestone of 50 by this week. Then I'll work on some ideas which lets everyone build the docs themselves just by forking the repo 🤗

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Shahed Nasser Author

Pretty cool good job! 👏🏻

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Nathanael Demacon

With a friend we are currently working on Tereus, a project aiming to automatically convert C code into Go. We will maybe work to handle COBOL to Go too.

Personally I have been working on sshs and nyaa-cli :)

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Judah Brown

Working on Solaris, a community for sharing projects made with modified versions of scratch. Mostly doing stuff for setting up CI, but I'll eventually be adding basic API functions for the backend and making a simple landing for the home page.

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m0nm • Edited on

I've finished the third version of my YouTube clone with Nextjs (you know the saying: first make it work and then make it better)

The funny thing is I've been struggling with the subscriptions feature (access tokens and what's not) but I don't think my app can pass Google verification, So the feature can't be used 😂

Would love some code reviews!

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Shahed Nasser Author

Broprint sounds cool

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José Aponte

Right now, In working on a mobile self learning app developed with Flutter for a client. The app itself is similar to Duolingo or Quantic. For the backend, I use Firebase with Angular. It's been a long project (it's a startup, basically) and I'm the only developer for now.

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Shahed Nasser Author

I hope it works out!

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Tomoyuki Aota • Edited on

I published a new release (version 1.5) of Photo Location Map, which is an Electron app to show where photos were taken on a map.

I also published Photo Data Viewer, which is a web app to find Exif data from a photo. This is built using Next.js.

Both of them are personal projects whose code is hosted on GitHub.

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Shahed Nasser Author

Sounds cool!

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Imagineee

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Currently working on a notebook app that is inspired by notion but for more personal use, paperclip. Purely made in html, js and css from scratch, uses firebase for oauth and storing data in the cloud. Still a heavy work in progress, almost close to finishing the base feature set, 85% finished. I wanted to keep it closed source but at last decided to open source it, github

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Shahed Nasser Author

Good idea open sourcing it!

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James 'Dante' Midzi • Edited on

A personal site for a concept artist...

It's been interesting figuring out how to handle this many images.

Then there's my our language (spoken) reference book
thelanguagehub.netlify.app

Got a contributor who optimised some of the code... Searching for more

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Murtuzaali Surti
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Shahed Nasser Author

Good job 👏🏻

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Christian

A self-hosted analytics platform that I called Faenz and is open source 😄
github.com/a-chris/faenz

Written with Ruby on Rails, I started working on it because Plausible is too heavy for my VPS and I needed something that could work with SQLite or MySQL and that can be hosted on Heroku or similar services, so I created it!

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Shahed Nasser Author

Looks cool!

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Guillermo A. • Edited on

magnayachts.com
Client work, built with React/Next and Sanity as the content backend. The front-end is all Tailwind and Headless UI.

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LeiCorre

Been working on a twitter clone, it’s been taking me a lot longer than I anticipated, but it’s been a fun project.

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Shahed Nasser Author

That’s nice what’s the tech stack you’re using?

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LeiCorre

I am using the MERN stack

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A-N-R-I

I made a little console project to help me adjust the time of subtitle files (.srt) whose captions don't follow what's being said in the video. I'm still considering ways to further improve it. But it has saved me the trouble of looking for another subtitle file most of the times. I also made another mini console project to help me batch-rename file extensions in a folder(including sub folders). I did both these projects out of laziness to manually do what they partly automate, lol.

Here are links:
github.com/A-N-R-I/SRTFileEditor
github.com/A-N-R-I/RenameMultipleF...

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Shahed Nasser Author

Sounds cool I've definitely ran into issues with subtitle timing before

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Mahesh MS

Build a WebSocket command line client utility for testing WebSocket server for work.
ws-client: github.com/memoryInject/ws-client

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hiroki osame

I released pkgroll — a zero-config package bundler:

github.com/privatenumber/pkgroll

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Josh Corbett

I'm in the middle of making a Vue 3-based boilerplate for Shopify Storefronts, all that's needed is to plug in access token and store endpoint.

github.com/joshwcorbett/vue-open-s...

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Shahed Nasser Author

Cool! You should try making one for Medusa 😉

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Christian Engel • Edited on

I am working on robostreamer.com which hopefully might be a good marketing tool for #indiegame developers, soon :)

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sydneylai

recently help build a defi bridge between Rally and Solana github.com/BridgeBuddies/Slide

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Andrew Baisden

A super basic Twitter Clone App github.com/andrewbaisden/complete-....

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Jackson Kasi • Edited on

hi, I made a simple social media project.
you can just try it :D
GITHUB: github.com/jacksonkasi0/linkedin-c...
WEBSITE: linkedin-clone-firebase.vercel.app

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Shahed Nasser Author

Looks cool!

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Joseph Mukorivo

My open source portfolio josemukorivo.com

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hacker4world

Im working on an app that lists the best resources to learn programming such as videos, blogs, plateforms and paid courses
And im nearly done with the mvp

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Indra
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Badreddine Zatout

My latest project is a E-commerce platfrome using Laravel which I'm quite familiar with as a backend framework and react js which I am still learning as a frontend framework

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Shahed Nasser Author

Hope it turns out well!

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John Munsch • Edited on

I'm close to releasing the final version of a daily puzzle game (not word based) over at: madgameslab.com/ps It's inspired by Wordle but the puzzle itself is based on cards and poker hands. The folks I've had try it so far seemed to really enjoy it.

I built it with a tiny bit of Node.js + Docker to give me a deployable server and Lit based Web Components and Redux Toolkit for the front-end. I'm really pleased with how everything worked out and how much better Storybook has gotten at helping you develop Web Components :)

A finished puzzle

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Mardeg

I wrote a character-themed favicon picker tool for easy copy/paste into webpages using emojis. Also it's multiligual, mobile browser friendly and keyboard accessible.

emojicons.glitch.me

Zero frameworks, just raw CSS and javascript.

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utopictown

I build a social app that help you find friends based on music you like on spotify merrve.con

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Jack McBride

I made a wesbite which allows you to search all your Spotify saved playlists contain a given song or artist. Hosted here
spotify-playlist-search-tool.verce...