Magic the Gathering deck viewer

January 2015

Converts a .txt decklist like the example below into a nice visual representation of the deck. Images are linked from deckbox.org. If you don't like the default version of an image, you can specify a version number to get the card image you want using double slash; for example Erhnam Djinn //10642

Sample decklist:
---
title: Legion Land Loss
desc: Grand Prix Lyon 1997 Winner - Raphael Levy
---
4 Thermokarst
4 Winter's Grasp
3 Creeping Mold //1770
3 Stunted Growth
1 Cursed Scroll
2 Icy Manipulator //2012
2 Serrated Arrows //774

4 Erhnam Djinn //10642
4 Fyndhorn Elves
4 Llanowar Elves //4522
3 Triskelion //12592
4 Wall of Roots

4 Mishra's Factory
4 Wasteland
14 Forest

Euro coin overview

December 2014

Takes a .txt (or .csv) file containing a list of coins. This file is parsed and a HTML file is generated out of it. No images are used and all css styling and javascript is embedded in the page so it can easily be distributed as a single file. When a messy unsorted list is given as input, it is automatically sorted and the original file is overwritten with the sorted version. So there is no need to put them in chronological and alphabetical order yourself!

Short example of input file:
2014,FINLAND,,0,100TH BIRTHDAY OF ILMARI TAPIOVAARA
2015,FINLAND,,1,150TH BIRTHDAY OF JEAN SIBELIUS
2015,FINLAND,,1,150TH BIRTHDAY OF AKSELI GALLEN KALLELA
2008,FRANCE,,5,PRESIDENCY OF EU COUNCIL
2010,FRANCE,,5,70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE APPEAL OF JUNE 18TH (DE GAULLE)
2011,FRANCE,,3,30 YEAR FETE DE LA MUSIQUE
2012,FRANCE,,1,100TH BIRTHDAY OF ABBE PIERRE

April 2016 - Added an intuitive graphical interface. Any changes you make and confirm are automatically updated in the .txt file and deployed online. First select a country. Next you can select any of the commemorative coins from that country and update the amount using the plus and minus signs.

Euro application

Aarchon World Map

September 2014

Aarchon is a great and old MUD. Since MUDs are old as dirt (pun intended) there are no graphics. I wrote this small webpage to visualise the entire world into a basic map, showing the walking directions and other info of each area. On the Aarchon site there is a table containing all area info. This HTML table is parsed and converted into a map. Most challenging part was parsing the manual directions - for example: 9s, 2e, 2s, e, down, nw, 4n, nw, 2w, 2nw, sw, 2w, n, nw, n - into a proper visual representation of the walking path to the area.