Desktop search application
DocFetcher is an Open Source desktop search application: It allows you to search the contents of files on your computer. — You can think of it as Google for your local files. The application runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
A project that highly compresses android sources and uploads them here
Most Android platform developers have many problems, like slow internet or even low bandwidth. Due to this, they are unable to sync the big chunk of Android source codes from their respective repositories. Hence, most of the new and learning developers just fail at the first step which is downloading the source code! So, I started this project where people needing the sources just submit a pull request of they manifest required. After it is merged, Skadoosh automates the downloading, compressing and uploading of the sources to AndroidFileHost where the developers can download the highly compressed sources. This is done via a webhook and Caddy which keeps watching for changes on my repository. The result is a source tarball having a size which is much smaller than the stuff synced manually. Why name it "Skadoosh"? Well, as the urban dictionary defines it, it is a term used to do stuff at one go. And I love pandas.
Snippets of code for use in bash scripting