Open source projects

I have open-sourced 3 Chrome extensions, Vue and React starter kits, a python API REST server and more.

RESTPie3 - Python REST API starter kit

September 2018

A lightweight REST API server implemented in Python3 offering essential web service features in a simple package. Practical and clean codebase that relies on few core components that do the job well. Fork and create your own REST API server quickly.

Sample movie CRUD API serves the Vue & React front-end kits below.

Vue + Nuxtjs + Vuex starter

August 2018

Vue/Nuxtjs starter kit to create a modern front-end quickly - basic CRUD, Axios/Localstorage, VueX state management, SASS, static site export.

Demo: nuxtjs.tomicloud.com

React + Nextjs + MobX starter

August 2018

React/Nextjs starter kit to create a modern front-end quickly - basic CRUD, Axios/Localstorage, MobX state management, SASS, static site export.

Demo: nextjs.tomicloud.com

Page Size Inspector - Chrome ext

September 2016

My 3rd Chrome extension for developers - reports page size, cache usage, network requests, fast and concisely.

Chrome store

Blogs

My old blogs, plus open source code. Nowadays I prefer writing code over blogs.

Responsive HTML5 image gallery tutorial

January 2014

A tutorial explaining the building blocks of a responsive, fast, touch-friendly, native alike image gallery HTML5 application.

Demo: tomimick.github.io

Mapcolorizer.js: Choropleth maps with Leaflet

November 2013

A jQuery plugin that colorizes GeoJSON polygons on a map. Based on leading open-source Javascript mapping library Leaflet.

See plugin live at kuntakartta.org, an educational site showing statistical data of Finland's 320 communes.

Demo: kuntakartta.org

My favorite Javascript + jQuery boilerplates

January 2013

My favorite boilerplates for Javascript and jQuery. Plus simple dynamic loading of scripts. And a demo.

Android & iOS screenshot fetcher

November 2012

A python script to fetch screenshots of the top ranking Android and iOS apps from the App Store and Google Play, and build a montage of the screenshots.

Tools: Python + lxml + ImageMagick.

Quick source viewer - Chrome extension

July 2012

Quick source viewer is a Chrome extension that shows you the HTML, Javascript and CSS source files of a page in a fast and compact way.

Chrome store

Save CSS - Chrome extension makes you fly

April 2012

Save CSS is a Chrome extension that speeds up your web UI development workflow by automatically saving your CSS and Javascript modifications in Chrome Developer Tools into the local disk.

This post explains how to use the extension and how the extension works internally. Sources available in GitHub.

Chrome store

Multi-touch events playground

March 2012

Play with browser touch events. See the flow of events and their data.

Sample Javascript code included.

Django, SQLite and writes

February 2012

SQLite embedded database has transactions, and simultaneous writes from multiple processes are properly queued. Tests in a Django environment.

Tech stack of my blog

February 2012

A post about the technology stack and setup of tomicloud.com blog.

Python, Django, nginx, uWSGI, SQLite, memcached, Upstart, Ubuntu.

Hello World!

February 2012

I've finally started my own blog!