I developed a website for our wedding, which finally happened in May 2021.
Our RSVP and Guestbook forms submit to a google sheets document automatically
This website displays trains running on the cross city route in Birmingham. This site differs from the other site's I have developed as it uses the National Rail Data Feeds, these provide more detail like cancellations en-route and reasons for cancellations but they are not quite as accurate from my testing as the Network Rail data - but good enough for most people.
This website is hosted on GitHub Pages.
The API is hosted on Windows Azure.
This website is built using ratchet for quick mobile development.
This website aims to make it easier to claim for delays to your train journey. There are a variety of reasons you may not have claimed for your journey, suffice it to say the data this website provides will tell you officially how late your train was using data provided under license by network rail. You can access this website on PC/Tablet/Mobile. The website is optimised to work on all devices.
This website is hosted on GitHub Pages. The API is hosted on Windows Azure.
This website aims to make it easier to search for scheduled train services. The data that powers this is provided under license by network rail. You can access this website on PC/Tablet/Mobile. The website is optimised to work on all devices. There is also an (currently undocumented) API that powers this website and traindelay.co.uk
This website is hosted on GitHub Pages. This server side components that power it are hosted on Windows Azure.
Other miscellanous code and future projects are stored on my GitHub site.
An absolute age ago I wrote some stuff using the BBC Open Data project "BBC Backstage".
This was shut down when the BBC seemingly wanted to save money.
I wrote two sites (more info to be added in the future) but the source code is stored on GitHub at:
TBC: Info about me
The best way to contact me is via twitter:
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