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1.0.1 Release of js-spreadsheet

Added 121 formulas, and fixed a few bugs, made Cells easier to handle, added support for scientific notation, clarified license, cleaned up parser a bit, added support for comma separated lists and much more.
Dec 3, 2017

Building a Spreadsheet with Formulas in Javascript

The first crack at trying to write a spreadsheet engine in typescript & javascript. Parser and grammars were mostly written by hand or converted from other OSS, which made this a lot of fun to write, but probably filled with all sorts of errors.
Apr 26, 2017

Procedural Terrain Generation

Using procedural algorithms to generate terrain maps.
Nov 30, 2016

Captain's Log: a timestamped note taking app

An electron app that uses a command-line like log to keep track of what you're doing and working on, saving it to a YAML file. I used this for a while at work to track some trial-and-error performance tuning of Java apps. Not being able to go back and change your text frees you from the desire to make each sentence perfect.
Sep 26, 2015

Hexcraft: a Minecraft-like hexagonal tile editor

Hexagonal tiles that you can edit like a voxel-explorer game.
Mar 6, 2014

Live special effects for theatre performance with the Kinect

Shakespeare's Hamlet opens with a scene of two sentries discovering the Ghost of King Hamlet. More often than not, the part of the ghost is played by an actor in white makeup walking on stage to deliver his lines. I approached this project with the idea that through live motion capture and replay, theatre visual effects can serve to strengthen a performance, and breath new life to dead characters, even the ghosts.
Dec 6, 2013

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