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I like most of you, are constantly having to create new passwords for sites and applications we use daily. Unfortunately, most of the password generator sites cover you with ads or try to collect info on you to sell. Because of this, I decided to write my own and make it respect everyone's privacy.
I used Rails 6 / Ruby 2.6 / JQuery deployed on Heroku to craft this tool. It has simple use analytics (if you create a simple account) and does not collect identifying info on visitors as I use GoatCounter for my analytics on the site. Check it out and feel free to use this tool I ... Continue reading
My daily work requires me to send or post links fairly regularly and I have always been a fan of URL shorteners. Unfortunately, most of these tools today are nothing but advertising platforms and data collection silos. So, I decided to write my own and make it respect both member's and users' privacy.
I used Rails 6 / Ruby 2.6 with Postgres deployed on Heroku to craft this tool. It has simple use analytics (if you create a simple account) and does not collect identifying info on visitors as I use GoatCounter for my analytics on... Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how difficult it would be to create your own Chrome extension? What the process would be or what it would entail? Well, it turns out it is easy to get started. In this post, I will show you how to create a very basic Chrome extension in about five minutes.
What can extensions do? Extensions can do quite a lot. ... Continue reading
I was thinking the other day about the tools I use on a daily basis when doing web development and decided to do do a short post on my "go-to" Chrome add-on's. These are popular but somewhat simplistic tools that are small, fast and don't get in your way until you need to use them. So let's get started!