Statische Feierabendprojekte

Since it has now been quite a while since I started my first github project, even for myself it's a bit hard to keep track of them.

Robots

A small robot that can be programmed online.

Go to Robots
robots

Contribution Pixel Messages

The slowest updating display: 52x7 pixels in one year.

Go to ContributionPixelMessages-Generator
contribution-pixel-messages

Zettelkasten

Create sticky notes and move them around.

Go to Zettelkasten

Starfield 404

Visit the emptyness.

Go to 404

1-0-Rätsel

A binary General Anzeiger puzzle.

Go to 1-0-Rätsel

Splitter

Split your bills with your friends. Share it in one link.

Go to Splitter

Tetras

Clone of some famous game nobody ever played. It has an additional rule: When you manage to connect left and right boundary with a uni-colored line (must not be straight) little explosions will free your way.

Go to Tetras

All Pages

Showcase of all my github pages. Wait - this is the very page you are on. Inception.

Go to AllPages

Realworld Mithril

Showcase of my most beloved browser abstraction toolkit.

Go to RealWorldMithril

Schüttelreimsuche

A Schüttelreim is a double rhyme that exchanges the first consonants of the two words to find a rhyme pair.

Go to Schüttelreimsuche

Wortpfadfinder

Make your way through the letters to find the longest and most unique word before the others.

Go to Wortpfadfinder

Counting Binary

Practice to do it up to 1024 with your fingers.

Go to Counting Binary

Tagl-Mithril

A small library providing the composition of tagl and mithril.

Go to source code of Tagl-Mithril

Puzzles

A small collection of puzzles and little web experiments.

Go to Puzzles

Nayouchi

Name your child. Gather childnames you and your partner like. The app is hosted on heroku. It's frontend is using mithril and is connected to the backend via the vertx event-bus.

Go to Nayouchi

Baustoff

Prototype for a web-app to find ecologically beneficial construction materials.

Go to Baustoff