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Blah

  github.com/MicBosi/blah

Real-time communication app supporting Markdown syntax based on Node.js, Express, Jade, Mongoose, Passport, socket.io. Think Slack on (whatever is the opposit of) steroids.


Kindle Forge

  github.com/MicBosi/KindleForge

A portable desktop app to create Kindle ebooks. Written in JavaScript, CSS, HTML5, based on Electron, Node.js, Express.


WPEmerge

  github.com/MicBosi/WPEmerge

A system to spin up a fast and secure WordPress LAMP server with built-in Varnish page-cache, PHP7, Apache MPM-Event, browser cache friendly, NGINX SSL termination, firewall and many other performance and security goodies.

WPE_URL=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MicBosi/WPEmerge/master/wpemerge.sh
curl -s $WPE_URL | bash /dev/stdin setup_all
curl -s $WPE_URL | bash /dev/stdin php7-enable
curl -s $WPE_URL | bash /dev/stdin varnish-enable


async vs Callback Hell Examples

  github.com/MicBosi/async-examples

A few examples on how to use async control flow library functions series, parallel, waterfall and queue.


mbdb

  github.com/MicBosi/mbdb

A minimalist yet powerful PHP wrapper around mysqli.

mbdb::insert_into("ActionHistory", [
    "user_id" => $user_id,
    "vmid" => $vmid,
    "time" => $nowtime,
    "completed_time" => $completed_time,
    "action" => $action,
    "origin_ip" => $ip_address,
    "params" => $params
])->query();
return mbdb::insertId();
...
mbdb::update("ActionHistory", [
    "completed_time" => time(),
    "params" => json_encode($params)
])
->where("id=%s", $id)
->query();
...
$user_exists = mbdb::select("id")
    ->from("User")
    ->where("username=%s", $username)
    ->limit(1)
    ->queryFirst() !== NULL;

Visualization Library

  visualizationlibrary.org
  github.com/MicBosi/VisualizationLibrary

A C++ middleware for high-performance 2D and 3D graphics applications based on the industry standard OpenGL 1.x-4.x, designed to develop portable applications for the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.


The Guitar Wizard

  theguitarwizard.com

An Italian guitar website I created in June 2000... it's here mainly to show how not to do web programming. Chord and scale diagrams are dynamically generated using JavaScript.

Features top-of-the-line anti-pattern gems: systematic use of tables for layout, mixed HTML and pseudo-XHTML syntax, abundant use of inline styles, obsolete attributes always preferred over standard CSS, <p> strictly avoided in favor of swarms of <br>s, <li> are never closed, redundant "SEO optimized" descriptions and titles, mixed UTF-8 and Windows-1252 encoding in the same page and many many more.


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