Things I've made, worth sharing.

I’ve worked on tons of little projects over the years but these are the ones worth sharing. Many of them are open-source, so if you see something that has your interest, check out the code and contribute if you have ideas for how it can be improved.

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  • Simple and complete DOM testing playground that encourage good testing practices.

  • Track and optimize your online business with Metric Mouse. Your Google Analytics data presented in a easy yet powerful way.

  • Build responsive websites in your browser, without writing code.

  • Check if your browser is still supported by your favorite websites.

  • Collect info from users without a server or back-end code.

  • Scans your nodejs project folder and shows obsolete files and modules

  • Adds support for address lookup (a.k.a. geocoding / geoseaching) to Leaflet.

  • handler to improve data handling in Next.js getServerSideProps

  • Smart spinner helper for React, to manage the duration of loading states.

  • Find the version of a lib that broke your tests

  • A partial matcher for Jest to simplify validation of complex structures.

  • A lib that parses the resolver ast, to return the requested object fields and provided params, at any nested level.

  • An account package for managing user accounts in mongodb, including registration & recovery emails.

  • Lightweight job scheduling for Node.js. Cron won't get easier.

  • Compose emails using React and send them with nodemailer.

  • Convenient custom errors matching http status code.

  • Tiny lib to deal with form submissions and structured FormData.

  • A tiny, zero dependency, isomorphic SHA256 hashing algorithm.

  • A tiny but elegant wrapper around the native mongodb driver for Node.js, removing boilerplate and fixing id generation.

  • API sdk for using @rakered/accounts with Next.js. Self hosted accounts with a breeze.

  • UI for using @rakered/accounts with Next.js. Your own login & registration forms in a sec.

  • A lib to manage files on OpenStack Swift with ease. Upload, download, and delete.