MSSQL Compat

MSSQL Compat is a small and simple drop-in library that allows your pre-7 PHP project, that uses MSSQL via mssql_* functions ( eg mssql_connect() et al ), to work transparently with PDO DBLib by providing the missing functions as wrappers around the equivalent PDO syntax - and all that with a single line!


3sip stands for "Sudoku System Script in PHP". It's a simple no-nonsense script that can solve rectangular sudoku grids. It has only been tested on classic 9x9 grids with 3x3 boxes, but no hard values are used in code. It was created because I had the time, and needed a break.

Diablo 3 profile parser

Diablo 3 is a very popular massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG), by Activision Blizzard Entertainment. With the latest patch, the option to browser through profiles and characters has been given, but the option to get the page as XML (which was available in the respective functionality of World of Warcraft, another product of the same company) was not given.

This project is a PHP class that parses the profile page, and returns all the data in an object. It is still in active development.

Cloud Zoom Alternative

A client needed the ability to easily zoom into images in place. That is, display a small image, and when hovering, zoom a part of the image. In that spirit, I found the freely available cloud zoom library. Though I did find a Drupal module for that, it only exposed a very limited amount of options that are available, and the dev version, which included more features, had bugs (hence the dev). This is my implementation, which (hopefully) will help people out.

GreaseMonkey, Google Charts and Ikariam

Like many people, I like wasting some time playing web-based games, such as Ikariam. However, I found myself spending a lot of time making the same calculations over and over again -- there had to be a better way! So I made one. GreaseMonkey is a Firefox addon to inject a JS script into a page, Google Chart is an easy way to make charts. Using these, Ikariam Projection was born.