I created Scraper.AI as a sideproject to brush up my application development skills and solve a problem that I was having before: Extracting content from a website in a structured, repeatable way with change detection. This to power other ideas such as Changelog Automation, Price Monitoring and Newsletter Automation.
KumulAid is a website where people can donate for the charity that they support, by partnering with companies we are able to match users their donations and make a bigger impact. For example, when a user donates 10Eur, we are able to give the charity 20Eur because of this matching component.
Brewr was a project that I started back in June 2015. The intention of this project was for companies to be able to manage their development environments, and get their developers up and working within minutes instead of hours. This solution was based on a simple to use GUI system that could work on Mac, Windows and Linux operating systems so that companies would not need any inner knowledge of the development languages. It was made possible by cutting edge technology such as Docker and Electron.
Everbit was a project that I started together with Jesper Lindstrom to revolutionize the way we work with SQL databases. The goal of this project was to allow us to work with databases, as we worked with git. When a developer changed the database locally, and wants to push the changes of this database to a public repository, the only thing he/she had to do was run a small CLI command and push those changes to the online Everbit repository. In the background, the Everbit servers would then generate a SQL Upgrade and Downgrade migration script, that allows the user to rollback, or fast-forward to any required version.
Feedient was a social media aggregator which goal was to unify and gather all social feeds into one easy-to-use overview. The platform was developed as a clean and minimalistic modern web application with support for six content providers; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube (subscription feed), Tumblr and RSS. The social feeds were presented side-by-side as an overview and utilized modern real-time streaming techniques for content updates.
Nerdflow was a project that was started by Jesper Lindstrom when he was 15, whereafter I joined at the age of 17 to help recoding parts towards the CodeIgniter framework. Nerdflow was designed to be a social network for developers where they could find jobs, post code, chat with people. It was shut down in the same year since Facebook was too popular.
FusionCMS was a Content Management system that I and a friend of mine (Jesper Lindström) created. It allowed our clients that bought it to host their own Content Management System for their game server. This way users for our clients were able to manage their in-game accounts on those servers with the use of our Content Management System.