Inspired by Effectively Wild's episode #1315, I created a fantasy-baseball game via an AWS serverlessly hosted site. Users selected minor league baseball free agents, and receive points commensurate with those players' playing time in the majors. You can view the github repo here.
As a "writing prompt," I was tasked with building a video player for a specific MLB game (Mariners at Astros, June 14, 2015). Laravel 5, Angular, and a WrapBootstrap. Its source can be viewed on GitHub.
I am a part of a team using Laravel 5 to make Scorebird: a tool for following high school sports, and creating websites for high school sports (like this one)
I used Laravel 5 and some css that I gleaned from Treehouse to put together this personal site. Check it out on GitHub.
I developed a Chrome Extension to cross-reference baseball players' pages on different websites. If you're on (e.g.) Billy Hamilton's Rotoworld page, a div will show at the bottom of your screen with links to his ESPN, baseball-reference, Yahoo Sports, etc pages.
This involved testing the URL to see if the user is on an applicable page, then accessing an API that I built and using the retrieved data to create the links.
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