Here are my spare time projects and more I code to face challenges I come across daily.
They are open-source, so feel free to fork me on Github.
Table of Contents
A collection of handy cheat sheets from the world wild web.
Deploy on your server any branch of your Jekyll website in a tap. Great if you want to publish posts on-the-go.
A simple way to backup user configuration files, status and more info in a git repository.
Snippets for Sys admins, DevOps, Developers, power users, drunk people with a keyboard and everyone in between.
An unofficial command line client to shorten URL using rebrandly.com.
Script to fix pictures EXIF metadata before upload them to Google Photos.
Useful bash hacks at your fingertips. For Linux and OS X.
Easy CLI utility to batch download images from flickr.
Useful Alfred workflows to enhance your productivity on Mac. Great for developers and power-users.
The niblest solution of a battery life extender for OS X. Take care of your MacBook.
Collection of OS X utilities to speed up your productivity and take care of your OS X environment.
A simple script trigged every 20 minutes reminds you to take a break. For OS X 10.8 and above.
Recipes for the popular iOS app Workflow.
Self-made templates for the awesome iA Writer. You can use them on both mobile and desktop version of the app.
All-in-one easy Jekyll solution. Create your static website with blog in a quick and stylish way and deploy it on Github Pages.
Based on Jekyll Blue, an heavily modified Jekyll Now fork with additional features and a custom SCSS framework coded from scratch. Most of the things I try here are usually backported to Jekyll Blue.
A side panel with an elastic animation ready to be deployed on any html page without any CSS conflicts.
A simple web panel to control your Raspberry Pi on a local network.