Some quite interesting open source projects

๐Ÿฅ  developer-fortune-cookies
Fortune cookies for developers. A simple and clean Angular web application built using TailwindCSS. Open it, copy it or export it, repeat. Try it here!

๐Ÿ“ฑ flutter_fortune_cookies
Fortune cookies for developers. A way too simple flutter application I developed with the aim of starting to learn Flutter.

๐Ÿš€ github-actions-with-sqlite
A test of sqlite, Github Actions and Github Pages. A Github Action adds random records on a sqlite db every 6 hours. Then a Typescript page, compiled in WebAssembly, displays data randomly using sql.js-httpvfs (a wrapper around sql.js to provide a read-only HTTP-Range-request based virtual file system for SQLite).

๐Ÿ“– quick-dictionary-bot
A web scraper Telegram bot written in Python. I have written a post about it so that you can better understand how it works and also build it by your own.

๐ŸŒ wsdl-downloader
A C# console application. I have implemented a feature to download WSDL files from a csv. Supposed to be a PR but now it is a project standalone.

๐Ÿ“š wikisummary
My first open source code ever. A Telegram bot written in Node.js that given a word provides you a summary of the related Wikipedia page.

๐Ÿ“– una-scatola-di-libri
Landing page I’ve built to support tiny bookshops in Italy collecting orders during COVID-19. During the pandemic, indipendent bookstores were suffering because they mostly base their business on a brick and mortar model. It remained nothing but a POC because after validating the idea with booksellers we realized margins were too low because of shipping costs. The proof of concept is still accessible here!

Relevant open source contributions

๐Ÿ”— Pascal-case the DbContext name when scaffolding
Contribution to dotnet/efcore

๐Ÿ”— Create directory chain if doesn’t exist for ef migrations bundle
Contribution to dotnet/efcore