This is work that I have done in the distant past. Though it may not relevant to more modern development, it’s still work that I’m proud to showcase for various reasons mentioned in each project.
GeoIP.co is a simple tool that takes an IP Address (IPv4) and finds the closest location (City/State) that maps to that IP Address. Other available and relevant information for the mapped location is also returned. The technology behind this particular project has severed me well over the years and still to this day.
ServiceArea.com connects people with the best local service providers around. The network contains millions of local business across 75,000 locations nationwide. This website integrates with the CityGrid API for data but leverages my own proprietary back-end services for searching various locations. Most notably, the ability to type any location as free text. In most cases this will capture the assumed location and redirect you to the proper list of local service providers for that location. For example, if you type plumbers in NYC or spas in LA, you will be directed to a list of plumbers for New York, NY or a list of spas in Los Angeles, CA.
This is an idea that I never got around to completing but it has some neat tools for looking up nutrition information and common health conditions. You can see the Nutrition Look-up tool here: http://nglf.net/resources/ and the Health Conditions database here: http://nglf.net/health-conditions/
First Person Shooter (a work in progress)
This is just a simple attempt at a first person shooter game using ThreeJS. It’s meant to be played on a mobile device in horizontal mode. Since it’s still a work in progress please don’t expect too much =)
This is another attempt at a simple mobile based game. It’s my attempt at re-creating a modern version of Battleship. It’s not complete but can be a fun little time waster.