I am Kristiyan Ivanov and bellow you can see what I have worked on or I am still working in my part time. I am mostly focused on web development, hybrid mobile apps, desktop apps with Electron and unit/integration testing. I also like to automate as much as I can for my day to day job with Python or try making plugins/extensions for something I like and use (like Sublime Text and VS Code).
A different take on how browsers can work. Made with Electron
It also exists as a Chrome Extension
Seach engine that not just searches for information but also generates a summary for you
It was made as a part of the Product Hunt Global Hackaton
Android hybrid and native apps.
//some of them may be inactive due to missing privacy policies because they were made a few years ago
A cordova app that allows users to share why they are happy, see why others were happy and remind them why they were happy before.
It also has a web version https://bepositive.quatinus.info
My first cordova app, which I should redesign at some point.
The goal is to get as much points as possible using your device accelerometer. It also dynamically generates the song notes from the webAudio API.
My most downloaded app. Rewritten completely in java.
It allows the users to wake up their devices just by moving them and to teach them 3d gestures, with which later they can open apps.
Installed apps is a cordova plugin.
It returns the installed apps on the user's android device. It returns all of the apps names, packages, etc.
Export Markers is a Sublime Text plugin.
It generates json from opened audio sprite, that desscribes every sound with its beginning, end, duration, loop and so on.
Quatinus (Wherebg) is my old diploma project.
It gathers information about venues from foursquare, twitter, forums and so on, connects it, evaluates it and then presents it to the users with ratings for key categories, based on the comments it has found.
I helped Product Hunt with their first book.