Some quite interesting open source projects
Fortune cookies for developers. A way too simple flutter application I developed with the aim of starting to learn Flutter.
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).
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.
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.
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!