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project prefrences

when working with web-based projects it depends on what it is, if it's a program that turns data into another form of data or visualises that data there is a very high chance i won't be using a langauge like php. below this is my current prefrences (frameworks/langauges) for what type of application i want to make. currently, i perfer the GNU LGPLv3 license compared to the license i was using for nearly all of my projects (GPL2.0/3.0). You can compare those changes by googling those licenses.

  • dynamic web projects (no client-side authentication)
    • node.js
    • webpack
    • jQuery
  • dynamic web projects (with client-side authentication)
    • php (serving pages that require authentication)
    • webpack (client-side processing)
  • desktop applications (heavy reliance on API's)
    • node.js
    • electron
    • jquery
    • axios
    • custom API wrappers
  • desktop applications (performance > looks)
    • C#
    • .NET framework (or mono)
  • cli applications
    • node.js
    • signale
    • custom API wrapper (if required)
  • internal tools (remote management, etc...)
    • node.js (server)
    • webpack (client -> api -> node.js server)
    • electron (server & client combo)
    • C# (anything that required anything to do with OS level things)

more info about my langauge/framework prefrences for frontend and backend



i perfer working with frameworks that have a dense and descriptive documentation and have passed the test of time.


most of the time when i'm developing backend software i'm either using the most stable libraries or my own

  • node.js (proficient)
    • discord.js (proficient)
    • webpack
    • electron (proficient)
    • developing API servers
    • developing/using API wrappers (proficient)
  • php (proficient)
  • SQLite (i know enough to make it "work")


  1. An Open Source General Purpose Discord Bot, Purely Written in Node.JS

    JavaScript 1 1

  2. a set of tournament tools for the popular battle royale game, PUBG

    JavaScript 1

  3. Open Source API for


  4. Open Source e621 Desktop Viewer

    JavaScript 1

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June 2021

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