Posted by Dennis Lee on Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:14:14 +0800
This project was created by me because I couldn't find a Password generator that had these features in combination: (1) Using English names or dictionary words (2) Custom table mapping of alphabets to special characters (3) Password strength checker (4) Free, fast, responsive, secure and serverless Basically, I'm not very good at remembering passwords. Hence, I always use English names or dictionary words as passwords. This becomes an issue because any potential hackers can brute hack these passwords. However, if I were to replace some alphabets with special characters, such as a -> @, then the difficulty of hacking has gone up significantly, while my password can still be easily recalled from my memory. In other words, so long as you keep secure the custom table of maps, then you should be able to thwart hackers from guessing your passwords, while keeping your mind sane from remembering all types of weird password combinations. The motivation for a free, fast, secure and serverless web application came from Hat.sh, where you could encrypt a file without uploading it to a server as everything is done offline in your browser.
Posted by Dennis Lee on Sat, 5 Oct 2019 16:00:00 +0800
Telegram isn't just for sending and receiving chat messages. It's also for automating your dialog flow, including work flow. Using a Telegram Bot gives you the ability to check prices, query status, manage trades, and even have a fun conversation. And if you're a serious crypto or forex trader, you can create your own Telegram Bot to manage your order flow. In this tutorial you'll use a Telegram Bot to query your orders on a Metatrader 4 account. You'll create a Telegram Bot ["bot"], build an Expert Advisor ["EA"] that can listen and process messages from a user, as well as reply to the user with orders and account data.
Posted by Dennis Lee on Thu, 26 Sep 2019 16:00:00 +0800
This was a personal project to create a GUI head that is modular, which can be developed with any "Headless" CMS backend. The GUI is developed using Bootstrap 4 and Harp.js, which supports EJS. The navigation menu collapses, when viewed on a mobile device, into a hamburger menu. Partials that contain embeddable code are stored in the layout folder, e.g. _header.ejs. Blog articles are stored as markdown files in the blog/ folder, while their metadata are stored in _data.json within the same folder. Harp generates one html per markdown file. The index page dynamically populates all articles' snippets from the metadata stored in blog/_data.json.