I'm FoxInFlame. I'm a self-proclaimed Web Developer (with a few other self-proclaimed side-occuptations).
I personally call myself a Web Developer. I have a long way to go, but I develop on the Web, so advanced or not, I'm still a Web Developer.
My birthday is the 23rd of January.
My favourite color is #ff8a65, but it doesn't blend well with other colors.
I watch a bit of anime.
I think that's all you need to know.
I develop on the web. That's all I gotta say. I'm still an amateur, and I think I realise that. I do a bit of HTML/CSS/JS front-end, and PHP/MySQL backend. I've never touched a single line on other programming languages. I should, really.
I design UIs, icons, and logos using Photoshop and Illustrator. I especially am fond of Google Material Design, and I follow their guidelines pretty loyally when I design UIs.
Okay. I don't call myself an otaku. I'm not really fond of that title. But, I do call myself a sort of anime-lover. I watch a bit of mainstream anime, and I enjoy them. I sometimes try to write reviews and fail horribly, so I've basically given up on that.
I am a Not-So-Hardcore-Gamer. I think. I've recently stopped playing most games, but I used to play *ehm* Pokémon Emerald (on emulator), Minecraft PC, Tiny Tower, and Temple Run (1 and 2). See, I can list all the games I played.
The dream Chrome Extension for you with a MyAnimeList account. That's QuickMyAnimeList. Easily and quickly add and edit anime in your MAL list, as well as auto-updating when visiting streaming sites!
It's now on the Chrome Web Store, thanks to my awesome friend, Amphy.
You have to look through each class on ManageBac and take notes of each grade to calculate your average and find the subject you're best at.
No more of that from today.
MBVisualiser takes your ManageBac login information, remotely logs in using PHP, and visualises your average grades on simple colorful graphs. The graphs will show the comparisons of average grades per criteria, and per class.
Original idea by Canaguy.
A couple of MyAnimeList related scrapers and stuff like that, put together in a RESTful API. Still WIP
Do you ever look through your Plan to Watch list on MyAnimeList for something to watch, just to realise you haven't decided after half an hour? By typing in your MyAnimeList username and clicking on a single button, nextMAL will read through your anime list and select a random anime for you to watch.
Original idea by @Hinata
This userstyle no longer works properly with the new ManageBac layout.
ManageBacMaterialDesign is a userstyle I developed to use on the student page of ManageBac. You can install this using the Chrome/Firefox Extension Stylish.
StoriesWeLove is a WattPad client for Chrome and Chrome OS. It runs as a packaged app, and so, it works in offline as well. You can download stories, read them in the client, and change settings and stuff.
I created an unofficial documentation for the Wattpad API. It was public for 3 days until Wattpad messaged me to take it down, since the APIs documented were only for interal use. Right now, only authorised people are allowed to view it.
ChroNDS is a Nintendo DS Emulator for Chrome OS. It was created/found by a Reddit user. I simply made it more popular and available to more people.
Since this is originally an Android app, an Android Runtime is required on your Chromebook. The official Google Android Runtime doesn't work with this, and you will have to install the ARChon Custom Runtime.
The Emulator runs smoothly for some games (Always 60FPS), while on other games, it is very slow (Lower than 35FPS). This issue has something to do with background graphics in-game. Some DS games don't even work, and crash upon launching the game. To help you with this, a helpful person called Ampharos 2.0, has created the Official ChroNDS ROM Compatibility List.
Ampharos also made the whole Chrome App available on the Chrome Web Store! You still need ARChon though.
More information about installation can be found on my YouTube video.