Very dynamic web application for client (Hill's Pet Food) in HTML with remote scripting (years later called AJAX); was a teen at the time and my employer let me run with my proposal for a new technology concept that would blow the client's mind; very successful; company moved to this model from VB6
Recreated Word comment system in Microsoft Word (Firefox-only); you highlight words and the comments stay on right side of screen; hovering over words would highlight comment; hovering over a comment would highlight words
Created YouTube-style video playing web app with dynamic playlist for a local media firm; largely a single-page app after account login
Create AJAX certification exam for Brainbench. See details at https://netfxharmonics.com/2007/09/brainbench-ajax-exam
Build fully-interactive drag-and-drop puzzle system in Prototype / Scriptaculous -- years later (2010) ported to Silverlight (2,3,4,5 or whatever); years after that (2012) ported to Knockout.js.
Study and publicly review Dojo 1.0. See details at https://netfxharmonics.com/2008/01/review-of-dojo-10
(switched from Prototype to jQuery)
Built company-wide ticket tracking system for Bank of America; recreated Windows 8 Metro theme for saved searched; created dynamic searching tool (powered by .NET LINQ expression-trees); recreated Facebook selection tool to allow employees to search with autocomplete and select multiple tags for requests; primarily jQuery/Knockout.
(switched to AngularJS)
Added full AngularJS functionality to graphic designer's HTML/CSS assets for Billboard top 100 website; added mechanisms to add queues to image loading; my first AngularJS application; looking back on it, it could use modular refactoring
Create personal Springpad replacement in pure AngularJS; rather complex application; loads schema on initial load; HTML controls are created based on loaded schema; schema is aware of both data-types (e.g. number, string) and visual-type (e.g. date, money); authenticated users can edit or add items; images are HTML5 drag-n-drop; modular AngularJS architecture with many highly cohesive components (e.g. services); backed was a very complex application exposed via Web API, but the entire thing was replaced with direct Elasticsearch calls (nginx ensures public readonly access); very complex single-page app
Create AngularJS Latin website; data loaded on demand; modular AngularJS; single-page app
Ensure security on AngularJS application (JWT tokens) on law enforcement application; used $http interceptors to add tokens; used localStorage to store token; (built entire claims-tracking Web API components on the server-side); implemented AngularJS components to interact with cloud storage; implemented AngularJS-based timeout mechanism for auto-signout; Implement AngularJS components to add company-wide push notifications on website of law enforcement events.
(switched to Angular2)
Built an Azure-heavy gaming website based on a 100%-pure Angular2 (TypeScript) SPA backed by a series of Node.JS (ES6) services. General data (e.g. colors, themes, other static lists) and specific game moves were stored in Azure Table Storage. Game-specific user data, in-game notification data, and social-media sharing data were stored in a CentOS7-hosted MongoDB instance. Azure App services provided Node.JS and HTML5 static hosting with multi-slot deployments for release testing. SVG sprites were setup in Azure Blob storage distributed with an Azure CDN. Styles modularly added with Sass. Authentication and social-media identity services were setup via Auth0. Realtime multplayer interactions were setup with websockets via socket.io.