Projects

Vue.js Component Patterns Course

The goal of the Vue.js Component Patterns Course is to teach you the fundamentals to make Vue.js components that are simpler, more flexible and most of all fun to build and use!

Elixir Feed Parser

The elixir-feed-parser project is an implementation of a Elixir Atom/RSS Parser.

Sideproject: How to build your own team chat in five days

Wrote a series of blog articles highlighting a component based approach of building an AngularJS app with a real time chat component.

Recipes with Angular.js Website

A community powered site collecting resources for the web framework Angular.js.
Website: http://fdietz.github.io/recipes-with-angular-js

Recipes with AngularJS Book

If you are using Angular.js, or considering it, this cookbook provides easy to follow recipes for issues you are likely to face. Each recipe solves a specific problem and provides a solution and in-depth discussion of it. More information here.

Team Dashboard

Visualize your team's metrics all in one place.
GitHub: http://fdietz.github.com/team_dashboard

Simple Metrics

SimpleMetrics makes it easy to collect and aggregate data
GitHub: https://github.com/fdietz/simple_metrics

whitenoise mac app

Simple Mac App to generate white/pink/brown noise.
Wikipedia to the rescue: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_noise_machine
GitHub: http://github.com/fdietz/whitenoise

synology-download-station

Ruby API to access the Synology Download Station.
GitHub: http://github.com/fdietz/synology-download-station

jwz_threading

jwz_threading is a small ruby library which lets you order a list of E-Mails by conversation. That is, grouping messages together in parent/child relationships based on which messages are replies to which others.

The library implements the JWZ E-Mail threading algorithm as described by Jamie Zawinski. The algorithm is also described in a IMAP extension draft.

GitHub: http://github.com/fdietz/jwz_threading/tree/master

Columba Email Client

Columba is an Email Client written in Java , featuring a user-friendly graphical interface with wizards and internationalization support.

Timo, a good friend of mine, I've meet at university, and me started this project in 2001. In the beginning our plan was to create a decent mail-client usuable for the two of us. But as we started to open our sourcecode for contributors it became much more.

In 2005 Columba has been distributed together with OpenOffice and Firefox by the Indian IT ministry on several millions CDs (for example: here, here and here). Also, in Sept 2005 we have been Slashdotted and had an all time record of 3,233,231 hits on our website.

Sourceforge Project Page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/columba/