Some projects that I have made along the years. Not listed in any particular order.
Grunt plugin to download Google Fonts and making them easy to serve locally. Serving fonts locally saves you couple of DNS-lookups and HTTP-request cutting some milliseconds off of your sites loading time. This also makes it little bit safer as you don't no longer rely on content hosted by others.
Node library for interfacing with the Crunchyroll Manga service. Downloads serie and chapter indexes, and removes the bit obfuscation from the downloaded comic pages. I also made same kind of solution agains Comic-walker.
PHP class for basic i18next functionality. Supports variables, plural forms and post processing with sprintf and plural forms.
Simplifies serie information scraping from anilist.co
My modular Gameboy emulator project. Emulates Gameboys ROM/RAM memory architecture, registers and parts of Z80 CPU. Got bored midway writing Z80 instructions, so the only functionality is system init by running half of the bootstrapping code.
Unofficial client for Crunchyroll Manga service. Got frustrated by the official clients slowness, poor image scaling and lack of proper notifications and bookmarks. Couldn't get the performance to the level I wanted on my old Galaxy Tab 2 (propably needs lower level drawing solution).
PHPBitTracker is a lightweight Bittorrent tracker written in PHP. Utilizes it's own flat-file database, so doesn't require MySQL.
Tokio.fi has been my project since 2006, when I couldn't find release dates for manga series I was collecting. Today the site has solid reputation as finnish version of Anime News Network.
Because buying video recorder would be way too easy. One day I was scrolling trought eBay and found the Turbosight DVB-T2 dual tuner card. Soon I realized that standard PC tower wouldn't look good in my living room, so I got an 4U server case that fits nicely to my TV stand (and looks badass).