Hi, I'm Scott Kennedy, an excitable front-end web developer working from Ireland. I live with an intense passion for web development. For the past 10 years, I have been trying to soak up all I can about the wonderful world that is the web.
I have a passion for creating beautiful, functional websites that are user-friendly and easy to use. The devil is in the detail for me and I love to work with the latest technologies.
If you would like to get in touch you can find me on any of the following platforms or drop me a line directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
WooNuxt allows developers to take advantage of the composable nature of Nuxt.js and the power of WooCommerce to create a custom ecommerce solution. It allows to easily build a custom front-end using Nuxt (Vue.js), while also leveraging the features and functionality of WooCommerce for the back-end. This allows developers to focus on building a unique and engaging user experience, while also taking advantage of the robust ecommerce features provided by WooCommerce.
* Unrivaled performance
* Great user experience
* Fully customizable
* Fully responsive
* SEO friendly
* Stripe Integration
* Filtering and Sorting
* GDPR and Cookie Control
The website shows the history of the village along with the local weather and an ever changing Instagram feed of relevant images. It also has CRUD functionality, allowing users to upload their own picture along with a description. I was the sole developer. Along the way, I faced a breaking change in Instagram's API, found a workaround, and contributed my changes to PHP-Instagram-Grabber open source project.
This is the second version of my betting calculator. Built from the ground up using
Vue.js. I also used Vuex and vuex-persistedstate
to manage and store the state in local-storage. And Tailwindcss to speed up the
Coming in the next update:
* Mulit line bets
* Patents / Lucky 15's
* Custom colors
To download this PWA onto your smartphone simply open in safari and press the button that says "Add to Home Screen".
Powered by BrainJS, Premier League Predictor uses match history from this year's Premier League, along with machine learning to try to predict the outcome of a soccer match.
This app is using the latest cutting-edge technology including TailwindCSS, PurgeCSS, Webpack and more. The site is also automatically deployed with Heroku through a GitHub repo.
With the cryptocurrency world booming at the moment I said id try to find an edge. I made this app to spot trends amongst some of the top coins. The front end is being handled by Vue.js. I also am using Axios to send asynchronous requests to Coinmarkcap's API and sending a second request with the returned data to Ritekit's API.
A small web app I made for fun. I had an idea for another way to check users login into a website my checking the rhythm they typed their password in. Implementation on a larger scale would be hard but making it proved an excellent challenge for the future.
Inspired by Refactoring UI on how to make shadows look more natural when they have two parts. I ended up making this to help calculates the best combo with an elevation slider.
A small project I made to help display product variation metadata in a table. It's useful when you need to debug or developing a WooCoommerce plugin.
A fun UX button with a hover animation. This pen was also featured by Codepen.
A simple slider generator. It's a work in progress.