Started as a bunch of static HTML pages, evolved with NodeJS for SCSS compilation and now fully ported to support the native environment Jekyll , both in generation and styles compilation. Now the management/update of this website has reached a really nice level of automation and modularity that I don't need to repeat myself almost at all 😄
This is an application that I made through an online course in which I learned the basics of the Qt framework and GUI building. It was a fun experience, and I have in program to use this framework for some of my next projects.
This is a link to such program, extract it, and execute(on Windows) the QtCurvesCpp.exe inside the extracted folder.
was my first try/project about getting my websites generated dinamically in C++ and a library.
I kind of accomplished what I wanted at that time; some filesystem issue about paths get in the way and I left the project as it was. Nowadays I keep it to remember of that experience ^_^
made in C#, it make use of another library that can generate differently themed sets of colours, which I adapted to generate some HTML forms with random colors generated from that library, output is an html.txt file, which content I copy paste in the actual template index.html. No further updates I made on it, it was made for the sake of experimenting on an old idea.
Click on the image(not smartphone friendly) on the right to see a sample of the output.
This was my first professional project for an acquaintance. It's a business about renting/selling of apartments in Spain. The previous website didn't resemble anything modern, so I offered help in this regard, with a website rewritten from scratch and adapted to mobile devices. I used/learned-to-use HTML5, CSS3 and a bit of PHP for the translations part.
And nowadays I do little maintenance from time to time, which is painless because of good use of PHP modularity features.