Artifacts

Some of my work.

NexJ Express – PostgreSQL Adapter Project


For this project, I was tasked with extending the persistence layer of NexJ Express to support PostgreSQL as a data store so that the framework could persist and retrieve business objects from it.
By adding support for PostgreSQL, the framework now supports  an Open Source enterprise class database server.
Development was in Java, SQL and PL/pgSQLusing Eclipse.
The project is now completed and was integrated into the framework in  October 2011.

NexJ Express – JSON-RPC Adapter Project


For this project, I was tasked with extending the RPC layer of NexJ Express to support JSON.
JSON is a lightweight data exchange format that gained popularity with the advent of AJAX and web services for Web 2.0 applications. It allows web browsers to use JavaScript to make RPC calls to the NexJ Express Server.
Development was in Java and JavaScript using Eclipse.
The project is now completed and was integrated into the framework in December 2010.

An iPhone Client for bitbucket.org


For my course in iOS development, I developed an iPhone client for bitbucket.org.
I choose to develop this app because when I looked around the app store at that time, there was not client.
Development was in ObjectiveC using xCode 4.2.
See screenshots of the 0.1 release below.

A School Management System


For my systems course, I worked in a team to develop a school management web application.
The server was built as a RESTful Web Service using WCF, ASP.NET 4 and C#. For authentication, Starter STS was used as a security token service. The client was built as an AJAX application and made use of jQuery and jQuery UI. The application was deployed to an IIS7 server.
From this project, I learnt alot about security token services and some advanced Javascript for making user friendly AJAX applications.

Screenshots

See screenshots of the project below.

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3 thoughts on “Artifacts

  1. Jeff says:

    You should sell your bitbucket iOS app!

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