Raph continues to explore the best ways to build reactive user interfaces, with a focus on Rust.
Instead of critiquing your own video call setup, let this program do it for you (using face-api.js).
A tool that lets you reorder and comment on each section of your GitHub pull requests (or .diff files) so that your changes tell a clear story and are easier for people to understand and review.
Designed for a two-year-old, this game lets you explore the world using a super minimal interface: just tap to zoom in and wait to zoom out.
An explanation and implementation of the Ramer-Douglas-Peucker algorithm. This algorithm is used when drawing maps to simplify vector lines.
A text-based time management system with some unique techinques and a webapp for visualization.
A text editor color scheme randomizer. Choose some settings to pick things like contrast ratio, and click a button to get a whole new look. If you find one you like, you can even export a working Vim color scheme!
A tool for rendering a subset of LaTeX as HTML in the browser, using Elm.
A terminal todo manager focused on minimalism and getting things done.
An exploration of the nature of representations of Turing machines, as well as examples of how to implement a Turing machine simulator, single-purpose machines, and finally a general purpose, configurable implementation.