Featured Open Source
I'm passionate about open source because I fundamentally believe in the radical power of transparent and open knowledge making. Here are some of the projects I've worked on the most.
A physics-based animation library for React focused on modeling natural world forces.
ReScript bindings for Formidable's Universal React Query Library, urql.
The highly customizable and versatile GraphQL client with which you add on features like normalized caching as you grow.
A CLI dashboard for webpack dev server
🎩 A fast push & pull stream library for Reason, OCaml, and TypeScript
Notes and samples for understanding the basics of ReasonML.
I've been busy in open source in the last year – here are the stats.
Repos Contributed To
renature Documentation Site
I built the
renature documentation site as part of my broader work on the library during Formidable's inaugural Open Source Fellowship.
The project is built on
styled-components, with live code examples powered by
react-live. Diagrams were made by me using Sketch. Thanks are due to my colleagues Eliot Adams, Phil Plückthun, Ryan Roemer, and Matt Keith for their support on design and infrastructure.
I built this set of visualizations on police violence in America after diving into data compiled by the Guardian in their project, The Counted. This project seeks to expand their findings by combining shootings data with racial data from the 5-year American Community Survey (ACS). Together, these two data sources give us a clearer geographic picture of how police violence affects folks of different races across the country.
This project is built on
d3. Much of the logic around data fetching and side effects is done using
redux-saga. The temporal line charts are built using