I've published some projects
I don't particularly feel that any of my projects are unique enough or notable enough to be listed here in a way I can accept currently.
However, if I had to pick some to display I would likely point out.
A small (~611b minified) library to create join uri/url parts together.
I saw urlcat shared around and get some 500 stars in a day or two and was surprised. At the time I thought the implementation of it was a little overcomplicated and could be simplified, while also having it use tagged templates.
After a few hours I had made a prototype of what I thought of as an improvement and published it.
I was pretty happy with the prototype, the code design was much simpler, the tagged templating part of it worked how I wanted, and it was more performant.
I've updated it a few times since, adding documentation, tests, improving performance, and further simplifying how it works.
I often use mouri for my own personal projects and I'm pretty happy with this project.
There's not much that makes this project special, it works as intented and I'm pretty happy with that.
A command line tool for working with the minecraft api.
The code isn't as clean as I would like, but it does what I wanted it to do.
In the future I'd like to improve the cli ux and add more features.