Projects Tagged “JavaScript”

This is a list of all 14 projects tagged “JavaScript”.

List of Projects


A small client-side web application for calculating German Abitur grades, developed for my 2014 bachelor thesis.


Offline software for IMDB / GoodReads style bookkeeping of watched anime, loosely based on MyAnimeList. Additionally exports HTML copies of the watched list for self-hosting.

Discord Archiver

This tool connects to a Discord channel through a bot account and creates an offline HTML archive of all messages and users.


A self-contained upload form as a single PHP script that makes file uploads easy and convenient.

Imgur Album Downloader

This Firefox extension adds a download button to any Imgur album or gallery page for a quick zipped download.


A browser-based simulator of LED matrix displays.

Mosaic Visual Hash

Hash visualization algorithm that deterministically produces images resembling stained glass.

No-nonsense Mobile Reddit

Mozilla Firefox extension that removes all the “see in app” ads from Reddit’s mobile webpage and makes other minor simplifications.


PasswordShaker is a deterministic password generator that derives passwords from the hostnames of the sites you visit. It is an inofficial successor to PasswordMaker.

Rage Button

A silly Firefox add-on that replaces all text on a webpage with incoherent screaming.


ReaderBar is a jQuery plugin that aims to augment long HTML documents with a few navigational tools.

Steam History Archiver

This add-on scans lists of your Steam store and community transactions and generates detailed yearly reports.

Steam Removed Game Scanner

Steam Removed Game Scanner is a web application written in PHP that uses the Steam Web API to scan Steam profiles for ownership of removed games. Users can log in to scan their own profile, administrators can additionally view past scans or initiate new ones.

UrbanLife+ Activity Support

A service for adaptive pedestrian navigation support using smart urban objects. It also includes an interactive simulation mode.