replacerator

made by rfong, submitted by porterjamesj
A Chrome extension for doing generic string replacements on webpages, like that "Millennials to Snake People" extension that was popular a while back.

ttr_generator

made by rowan, submitted by porterjamesj
A template for making your own maps for the board game Ticket to Ride!

a17t

made by milesmcc, submitted by porterjamesj
An atomic web design toolkit, intended to be less one-size-fits all than things like Bootstrap.

bifocal

made by justinjaffray, submitted by porterjamesj
A minimal abstract lens library for JavaScript.

Intel8080Emulator

made by anthonyabeo, submitted by porterjamesj
An emulator for the Intel 8080 architecture written in Rust. Can run ROMs for classic games like Space Invaders!

chessier

made by andrewchien, submitted by porterjamesj
Andrew built a tree search-based chess engine using Rust. It plays well enough to beat human players!

Arduino Door Remote

made by talyian, submitted by porterjamesj
An Arduino-powered remote door opener for your New York apartment!

Jumbletron

made by jessechen, submitted by porterjamesj
"Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae." Jesse made a Chrome extension to test this theory by jumbling the letters of words in your browser while leaving the first and last letter intact. Turns out it's not as true as you might have thought! You can install the extension here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jumbletron/mkkhhidcfedbiofenhlnlhjpndfbcpmi

Fractals rendered with raymarching

made by Sol Sarratea, submitted by porterjamesj
Sol implemented a raymarching rendering algorithm to draw fractals; they're beautiful! You can see the code on GitHub and more image examples here: https://gist.github.com/solsarratea/6c5166db6c70c5d09dbd4da52025f3e4

BetterSearch

made by raymxnde, submitted by porterjamesj
A better/faster search interface for the Messages app on macOS.