Code I wrote

December 22, 2017

In 2017, I wrote 17 programs. Some or neat tools, some are playthings, and some are libraries for Go.

howmanypeoplearearound (2,967 stars)
Count the number of people around you 👨 ‍ 👨 ‍ 👦 by monitoring wifi signals 🛰.
PIanoAI (233 stars)
Realtime piano learning and accompaniment from a Pi-powered AI 🎹.
progressbar (215 stars)
A really basic thread-safe progressbar for Golang applications.
croc (207 stars)
Easily get things from one computer to another 🐊.
closestmatch (140 stars)
Golang library for fuzzy matching within a set of strings 📃.
pluck (134 stars)
Pluck text in a fast and intuitive way 🐓.
playlistfromsong (108 stars)
Create an offline music playlist from a single song :notes:.
linkcrawler (105 stars)
Cross-platform persistent and distributed web crawler 🔗.
jsonstore (76 stars)
Simple thread-safe in-memory JSON key-store with persistent backend.
cowyodel (31 stars)
Easily move things between computers with a code phrase and 🐄 💬.
markdown2tufte (24 stars)
Process markdown into a nice Tufte-like website :book:.
crawdad (19 stars)
Cross-platform persistent and distributed web crawler 🦀.
boltdb-server (15 stars)
Fancy server and Go package for connecting to BoltDB databases.
readable (11 stars)
Making web pages readable in a browser and in the command line 🔗 :book:.
onetwothree (8 stars)
A responsive minimalist theme for Hugo that is simple as 1, 2, 3.
makemydrivefun (5 stars)
Source code for
urlss (4 stars)
URL shortening service.

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Written on 22 December 2017. Categories: coding.

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