Reactstrap is a React component library that I open-sourced back in 2016. The goal of Reactstrap was to provide a friendly component API for building apps with the Bootstrap UI framework. Fun fact: I was only a few months into React when I started this. Since then, Reactstrap has been downloaded over 98 million times from npm and used in over 317 thousand repositories on GitHub alone. Shout out to all the contributors who helped grow and maintain this project!
In 2014 I open sourced a Node.js app to explore creating a Stripe based subscription service that leveraged transactional emails via Mailgun. It’s inspired by sahat/hackathon-starter and RailsApps/rails-stripe-membership-saas. It was previously featured as an example in Stripe’s documentation.
A Mailgun-powered landing page for capturing user sign-ups while you work on building out your product. Includes responsive transactional email templates, the ability to send post-launch emails in batches, and a deploy button.
Contributed to Rackspace’s front-end framework, Canon.
OpenStack Keystone authentication strategy for Passport.js.