Tibor Szász{Full stack developer}

Hello,

I'm Tibor, a software engineer from Budapest, Hungary. My passion for web technologies started when I first played with it in 1999 and I keep up with its developments ever since.

I like to think of software as craftsmanship. Building prototypes, iterating over them and releasing an MVP is on my toolbelt.

I make web apps ranging from data driven to creative tools. Without being exhaustive, I use various frameworks like React or Angular, CSS3 magic, Node.js, Python to deliver products. A good project starts on the whiteboard and ends up in the hands of happy users.

Works

Stunn video editor

Stunn video editor

Stunn presenter

Presenter video annotator

CloudDeck

CloudDeck

CloudDeck

Websites I built

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Unique gradient generator

Unique gradient generator

I had an idea how to make very lightweight background gradients to any HTML element. With this tool you can extract a few pixels and scale it up with CSS.

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Design relic

Design relic

There are tons of online design tools out there that are mostly unknown. This project aims to collect them to a single location.

Node resume example

Node resume

I got bored with updating my CV, finding it on Google drive and all that hassle. I thought it's a great exercise to generate my CV based on a JSON file :)

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Shader tube logo

Shader tube

To spice up boring YouTube videos without a music video but otherwise great music, I created a Chrome extension that can generate Winamp Milkdrop style animations on the fly using WebGL.

Volt slicer video

Volt slicer

Propellerhead Reason is a long love of mine so when they released an SDK, I got very excited. This plugin splits CV signals (-1 to +1) to gate signals. Written in C++.

CloudDeck

WebMIDI VJ

To explore what can you do with WebMIDI, I made a simple experiment on how to hook up any MIDI controller and use its faders to have some fun.

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CloudDeck

GifCrasher

Glitch art is an art form I really like. I also like GIF-s and I love to connect random things. This project grabs a top GIF from Giphy, breaks it to pieces and then posts it to Twitter. What's not to like?

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