Matthew Ross
I Write Occasionally About Software Development
Maybe there's something in my blog you'll find interesting or useful.
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I Make Things See What You Think

I'm a professional developer in my day job, but I still like making things in my "free time". Below are a few of my open-source projects.

Lately I've been enjoying modern web-development with technologies like Angular, TypeScript, Sass (SCSS syntax), Webpack, Gulp, and even Phaser (for writing games).

I prefer Bourbon & Neat for mixins and a grid. And I generally use scss-base as my base styles.

Here are a few of my open source projects:

A Kanban-inspired app for keeping track of things that need to get done.
A simple base project for Angular apps, using Gulp to automate tasks and SystemJS to bundle the app.
A simple set of CSS styles to allow quick wireframe prototypes in HTML/CSS.
A simple template project for creating Phaser games in TypeScript.
A selection of styles that provide a clean default look for SCSS projects.
A Vue.js Single Page Application (SPA) for tracking your recipes.