While perusing one of my favorite tech websites, TechCrunch, I found an interesting article by Eli Portnoy that was too close to my research to ignore: Where Are The Invisible Apps? As a quick summary, the article reflects on a prediction from Matthew Panzarino that apps would become increasingly invisible.
Background I was co-creator for Handshake as a final project for the graduate course Advanced Programming Tools taught by Adnan Aziz. We looked at how communication channels existed currently and were disappointed by how static they had to be. Giving out your cell phone or email was nearly a permanent
Syrup is a microframework for developing webapp backends as well as a methodology for validating inputs/outputs and for documentation. Syrup also includes a utility, the Syrup Bottler, that scrapes the backend code and automatically creates API documentation from the source code. Background Syrup is a project born from my
Nominate is the product of some creative thinking with a former classmate Raga (Srinivasan Raghavendra). We were inspired by the virality of the ALS ice bucket challenge and wanted to create a native application for sharing video challenges among friends. We knew that the sharing aspect of the application was
Background JSONComb is a simple project that came about after messing around with JSON configuration files that were needlessly repetitive. I had written an evaluation program that used a JSON file to dictate the evaluations to be executed (the project is Etch). I ended up copy and pasting several entries