LibreToDo is a free (GPL-3.0) self-organization tool.
Tasks can be created as "ToDo Notes" and suspended to the time when they are due. This allows users to only have those tasks visible which are due right now.
Those tasks are synchronized to all connected devices.
Privacy plays a very important role in the development of LibreToDo. For that reason all synchronized elements are encrypted before leaving the device.
LibreToDo employ a variety of modern technological concepts. The server is written as a node.js application, communicating with a MySQL database.
The Web / Browser client runs 100% locally (the synchronization process communicates
Additional HTML5 features, like the notification API are in use to create a smooth user experience.
A Android app is currently in development.
The web client is hosted at web.libretodo.org. The development is organized on the LibreToDo-Web GitHub page.
The official API is currently run at api.libretodo.org:48942. The development is organized on the LibreToDo-Server GitHub page.
Simplify-Time is a php-based website to simplify the process of transmitting event times around the globe.
Users can specify the time an event starts and send the generated link to their guests. Once opened, the site
detects the correct timezone and displays all relevant information (further links, maps, countdowns, etc.) in the
correct format to the user.
Due to low usage numbers, simplify-time.info shut down late 2016.
Fliegergruppe Hülben - Website
The Fliegergruppe Hülben is a soaring club on the Schwäbische Alb, close to Stuttgart.
Together with the help of another member I created and manage the website. It is running a the Joomla CMS with a
A specially heated IP-webcam is setup to transmit a current image of the airport to the website and will create
regular backups as a security measure.
Fliegergruppe Hülben website
Water Ship Down
Water Ship Down os a browser game developed by me and 2 other students as a university project.
We wanted to create a more interesting, less random and more tactical version of the classic board game
"battleship". To do so we utilize multiple modern concepts of web design, including:
Water Ship Down beta build
HTML5 - the next iteration of HTML allows more specific tags like "section" and the use of
WebSockets - recently introduced with HTML5, webSockets allows our servers to send data back
to the client. This is used to inform the player when the opponent finished his turn.
PlayFramework - the PlayFramework simplifies the creation of web projects and allows a clean
differentation between model, view and controller.
git - working in a team causes some problems but a good version control systems helps to
avoid them. Git does exactly that and allows us to write code at the same time without conflicts.
- Bootstrap - this JS and CSS framework is very useful for creating fast, responsive and good
looking web pages.