It would be cool if we could work together and add something new and cool to this page!
The problem: sometimes it's hard to use emojis on PC if you don't have a native solution for your OS. You have to google the thing, go to some website, then copy it and then paste it where you want it to be.
So I have built an on-screen keyboard that uses a library of emojis and displays all of them for you. You just have to find the right one and it will automatically be pasted in the active window.
The app uses PyQt5 for UI and mostly cross-platform libraries for the functionality. At the moment it doesn't display ALL of the emojis and doesn't work on Linux but it is in development. It's also planned to implement search and favourites.GitHub
The site is a dictionary with words used by us, programmers on a daily basis. It was made for a work on computer slang in modern English language.
The site has two main pages: list of words and their descriptions, and just reduced words that don't need an explanation (e.g. txt - text).
The website uses JSON files to store the information about the terms. The content of term pages containes of the word itelf, its definition, and in some cases - instances, videos and images.GitHub
First attempt on making my own design and its implementation with code.GitHub
A Console Simulator of a Children’s Game called "Kozel"
Kozel is a soccer-like competitive game in which you have to hit the wall with the ball in a certain number of kicks (more in depth on the GitHub repo).
You won't find anything mind-blowing in the repo. As a lot of the smart coders say that it's best to learn programming with projects. For me, after the hello world I chose to build some kind of simulator of a game I liked as a kid with loops and random events.GitHub
Website for a school project
The website works on frameset (outdated part of HTML4), all styles made with HTML attributes only.[no github link]