Coding Otaku

An Otaku who loves coding and Anime


Be warned!

Look back, go through your old source codes, you will always laugh at yourself for your horrible spaghetti code.
So I won't be looking back, they will haunt me.

Proceed with caution!

Apps and fun!

Most of these are made with Java or JavaScript. I know other languages (C++, C#, Python, Haskell etc..)
But I haven't made any project with those yet in my GitHub account

AnimuDownloaderu

Java, JavaFX, OpenJDK

A Java based desktop app for downloading anime in batch.

7 Segment Matrix Rain

JavaScript, p5.js, HTML

A clone of Metrix rain from the Movie replacing kathakana chars with 7 segment display
Inspired by @tomscott's video and @shiffman coding challenge #thisdot7segment and @emilyxxie guest tutorial from 2017

LissajousFigures

JavaScript, p5.js, HTML

Lissajous Figures animation with p5.js

PopupYouTube

Java, JavaFX

Watch youtube playlists and videos without the annoying distractions and ads.

Kurumi-Everywhere

JavaScript, HTML

Firefox addon that Replaces all images in every websites to kawaii images of Tokisaki Kurumi.

Dino Clone

JavaScript, p5.js, HTML

A silly buggy clone for Google chrome Dino Dash.

Tic-Tac-Toe

JavaScript, p5.js, HTML

A simple Tic Tac Toe game to play on browser.

APIs and wrappers

JEdenManga

Java, OpenJDK

A java wrapper for MangaEden API

AnimeCrawlerAPI

Java, OpenJDK

A java crawling api for fetching anime details




Source code!

All source codes are FLOSS (Free/Libre and Open-Source Software! ♥ ) and available on GitHub
You can do whatever you want with them ;)



Donations

Everything I do is free, but I will leave these here anyway

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The best way to get in touch with me is by email: contact@codingotaku.com

I respond to most messages if I can, but I can't guarantee a reply.


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