Here are a few mostly non-paying projects and experiments.
- Wizardize, a jQuery plugin to enhance a form with wizard panels.
- Color Spy, a jQuery eye-dropper plugin to determine colors from elements.
- Show Char Limit, a jQuery plugin to reflect length of characters available in input/textarea fields.
- Csster, a Javasript library to dynamically add CSS rules.
- Ayudante, Ruby test helpers to assert pre- and post-conditions within one test.
- Agile Methods, quick visualization of different approaches to agile development.
- Olive, Canvas/jQuery plugin to draw animated dot charts. code
- PHP database migration using ActiveRecord and Ruby
select) component, and a few other goodies.It's just not cohesive or bug-free enough to share.
- Quick project management tool (2002). What can I build in two hours? Given I knewexactly what I wanted, I built a simple project management system at Peet's onemorning. I used it for several years to run my consulting business and it works great.
- USDA database (2000). The USDA releases the food nutritional values database periodically.I used these tables to learn MySQL and PHP, and ended up with a nifty applicationin the end. Of particular interest is a little UI heuristic I developed. As the data wasn'tstructured for browsing (at all), I synthesize this with queries and adjust based on the number of results returned. The end result is the user gets to the food ofchoice very quickly via a browse interface. I wish I had time to stick it up here.
- chklistr.com (2006-). Check things off as you complete them using an Ajax interace.
- SEO. I've experimented with different SEO ideas here. My conclusion is that if you offer something of value, people will come visit you. Everything else is secondary.