- Interactive Database Website - CS373: Software Engineering
Languages & Frameworks: HTML, CSS, JS (AngularJS 1.X), Python (Flask, SQLAlchemy), PostgreSQL
Final project that spanned 6 weeks to emulate IMDB to track college universities. Worked in a team size of 5 students; I was responsible for the front-end of the website using AngularJS as well as writing the Python script to parse the data from the US government's API on college data. I was also responsible for hosting the website on Google Cloud Platform on the App Engine.
- Implementation of the Gamma Join Architecture - CS373S: Software Design
Worked with a partner using pair programming to implement the Gamma Join Architecture within a single Java program using multiple threads and Java pipes. The program takes two relation files and two join keys to do a natural join.
- Implementation of the AES Encryption - CS361: Intro to Computer Security
Worked with a partner using pair programming to implement AES-256, using 256-bit keys. The program takes in a text file to encrypt and another text file that contains the 256-bit key. The program will encrypt each line in the plaintext file and output the encrypted line to an output file.
- Simple CRUD App in Java with Hibernate and MySQL - CS378: Modern Web Apps
Languages & Frameworks: Java (Hibernate), MySQL
Created a simple CRUD App to perform RESTful operations. Used Java Hibernate as the ORM to connect to a local MySQL database.
- Crunchyroll List Downloader
Shell program that takes in a list of urls from Crunchyroll and download the episodes as well as the subtitles. Uses youtube-dl to download the videos. Created so that I didn't have to download each video of an anime separately. This makes my life easier as I can download multiple episodes back-to-back in one shell command.
- Fanfiction.net Favorite List to Excel
Languages & Frameworks: NodeJS (cheerio, json2xls, request)
NodeJS script to get a fanfiction.net user's list of favorite stories in excel. Made this because it was hard to keep track of my favorite stories on fanfiction.net. The table at fanfiction.net doesn't have that much options to sort/filter and doesn't display all the information I wanted. This nodeJS script will scrape a user's list of favorite stories and extract all the data and info on the stories and put them into an array that holds each story as a JSON object. It will then convert the array of stories to a very basic excel sheet using json2xls