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The Projects

Dystopian GOV.UK

A fictional version of the GOV.UK website set in a dystopian Britain.

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See the repo

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Untitled Mapping Project

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A mapping app built in Node.JS for my Computer Science A Level NEA that is capable of displaying and searching real-world map data, as well as being able to do basic route finding, using a web client that accesses a custom backend.

Not (yet) publically available.

Node.JS File serving CMS

A partially-completed file-serving CMS built in node.js with a MySQL backend. It allows for a self-hosted file hosting solution where people can share, find and rate files.

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OLM Convert

A python utility to convert an Outlook for Mac archive, that can only be opened with Outlook for Mac, to a set of standard .eml files that can be opened by almost all email clients.

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Work on the Wave project

Wave is based on the discontinued Google Wave source code which I decided to push some UI changes to, given that it’s interface hadn’t been updated in years. It was a colabrative communication tool, a bit like Google Docs but for email.

See my Repo

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Emoji Diary

An app I launched in 2017 which allowed you to create a diary using Emojis. I programed it using the Android Studio toolset, including Java and XML. I used Firebase and Volley libraries alongside it.

See it on Github

Download it on Github

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Google Chrome Extensions

Error Resolver

This was a Google Chrome extension I released in 2015. When you encounted an error, like a 404, it asked if you wished to visit an archived version on archive.org.

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