These projects are being actively worked on, whenever I find the time to sit down and look into feature implementation and bug fixing.
Webpages that contain various different in-browser tools. As of right now it’s not open-source.
Written in PHP.
- Basic DayZ (PC) server browser, with sorting capabilities (click the table headers).
- Twitch-related pages:
- Channel subscriber / bit badge checker.
- Available Twitch usernames - For username changes or account registration.
- “Follow length” checker - For checking how long a user has followed a channel.
- User following - A basic replacement for the now-removed Twitch “following” page.
A plaintext API for chatbots like Nightbot, StreamLabs, Phantombot and more to utilize.
Check out this blog post to see how to integrate it into bots.
For more “advanced users” / other developers, take a look at the documentation.
Written in PHP using the Laravel framework.
A basic chatbot that makes it more convenient to change Discord server regions.
Written in Node.js using Discord.js.
- Message blacklisting - Deletes messages that match certain patterns (spam, slurs etc.).
- Custom commands - Preset messages, useful for frequently asked questions, social links and so on.
- Reaction roles - Apply roles to users based on message reactions.
A Twitch chat logging bot I made for moderation purposes, written in Node.js.
- Stores chat messages in Google Cloud Datastore.
- Has a web UI and basic API where you can retrieve messages by channel, username or both, sorted by latest message first.
Other posts & projects
These blog posts cover a variety of things. Some of them are guides, others mainly just give an overview of something.
Can be a bit more user-friendly as the posts generally document each subject further than just a short description.