If I list all my projects and little (but useful) hacks, the list is going to be really long! Here are some of my important Hacks and Projects.
An Android app to show network connection speed in status bar. NetSpeed Indicator shows internet speed in the status bar with a clean and unobtrusive notification displaying upload and download speed. I tried to make this app as lightweight and easy to use as possible and at the same time it provides number of configurations options and features.
A desktop app, for my school using appjs immediately after I graduated. Tagging parts of a diagram with correct labels was one of the common problems we used to get in school syllabus and exams. We used to practice it on a paper with a book. So, I made the app that can teach you, can help you practice and also take a test. Teacher just has to add all the diagrams with correct labels once. It supported multiple languages and was a cross-platform application.
A simple portal for onsite elections with various configurable features that might be needed for an election. This was used in a number of elections in our college and is still in use.
I have some problems with big frameworks that do everything for me without me knowing what they are doing... Also, I have problems with using others' libraries rather than writing myself (But sadly, I cannot write everything myself :/). So here is a really minimal MVC framework which also supports routes and helpers and libraries. It is written mainly in PHP, with MySQL support for database.
Link to Felicity 2k15 website (link might get outdated in future)
Aaand much more...
- Many useful small scripts to automate things.
- Many contributions to Free and Open Source organizations, see my GitHub account.
- Some relatively smaller projects and some incomplete projects out of interest covering a wide area of technologies.
- Many academic projects covering a wide area of concepts.
- A couple of websites for some good friends of mine.
- This website :P