Here, you can peruse the web apps and websites that I've had the chance to develop:
A weather aggregation app using Node.js and Cycle.js (with RxJS), deployed on Heroku. I fell in love with data streams and functional reactive programming building this app! I can't wait to try Elm as well now.
I built this anonymous chat app with an upvote system, using React and Redux with a Webpack build. It is essentially a serverless stack that uses Firebase for real-time data synchronization.
I used React, "vanilla" Flux and D3 to create an app to input, scale and visualize timelines. It includes user authentication and persistent data via Firebase. This was my first venture into ES6 (and ES7). Well, OK, ES2015/16. I've not looked back since!
A productivity app with sortable tasks by urgency and context. What Now is a mobile hyrid app targeting Android and iOS. It uses Ionic (with AngularJS) in the frontend, and Firebase for persistant data and user authentication.
A location-based photo app to retrieve art materials. It is a hybrid app targeting iOS built on top of the Snapr framework and Phonegap/Cordova. The front-end makes use of Backbone, jQuery Mobile and LESS.
A portfolio website for a painter. It uses jQuery and localStorage to provide a favorite artworks feature to easily commission the artist. It is a mobile-first app with custom media-queries for a responsive experience on all screen sizes.
A portfolio website for a film company. It uses jQuery plugins to provide a parralax effect, and features a custom video player.
I founded this NY city guide start-up in 2005, which was built on top of Wordpress and PHP. I operated the business for over a year, and this is where my passion for hands-on web development was ignited.
A landing page for an upcoming self-improvement application. It is a customized Bootstrap theme which is connected to a Mailchimp newsletter.