Hey there, just a quick heads-up!
This page contains only a subset of my work, projects that I am proud of and also the ones that I can share.
Most of my projects are under some terms though and I cannot publicly share them because they belong 100% to the client. I can however give you an idea of what I've built those past 3 years:
Those are just a few examples of things that kept me busy since 2018, all done as contractor.
If you want to see more of my work in private, send me an email to filip[email protected] and we'll chat more about your digital needs too.
Enough chit-chat! Let me show you a subset of my portofolio now. You can also filter those projects by the technologies used.
This is a website for a company in my home town specialised in gardening and lawn services. It is build in Next.js and hosted on Vercel. It has a small GraphQL api and also has a cloud function. For the CSS framework I've chosen the best one - Tailwind CSS.
Of course, my personal website and blog are built by me. Even if it is obvious, I wanted to mention it because I spent a lot of time on this project to make it weird-looking. Maybe you like the style, maybe not, but I challenged myself to think outside the box.
Oh, did I mention that the whole theme is open-sourced? There is some interesting to learn out there. Check it out.
This is the website for the church I attend, 3rd generation of website actually, previous two were also built by me. This is built with October CMS for ease of content management.
Neurolingua Kids is the edition for the little ones of the bigger application Neurolingua (web or phone app). It features the same neurolinguistic algorithm to make you learn the German language faster but in a way kids will enjoy doing it: by playing games.
This is a simple marketing landing page for the main Neurolingua page. It is built in Nuxt.js (Vue.JS) and has only informational copy and a contact form.
You might have seen in this list of projects I did the name "Neurolingua" mentioned a lot. Well, this is the glue that unites all of the other sub-projects. The web app. It is a full spa app that connects to a GraphQL API. Its main use is to learn the German language and has a sophisticated algorithm that makes the process a lot faster.
Neurolingua Mobile is an application that helps you learn German language faster than ever with an advanced neurolinguistic boost.
Infinity Music is a music studio from my hometown that produces quality music. It is built on my favorite CMS - OctoberCMS. Also has a custom shop functionality built from scratch that is integrated with a quite popular payment processor in Romania.
While the guys from Harvest church did an awesome job building the website, they needed help on building an internal app where clients could scan QR codes and instantly record a transaction that is discounted for club members. This was built as an Wordpress plugin written in React and with GraphQL as server api.
While working on a church website I needed a Biblie api to show various verses when needed. While I found some international ones, I never found one in Romanian. SoI built it and then open sourced it.
Since I like OctoberCMS a lot, I've built a few plugins that are useful for people: ability to ban ips, ability to preview themes, add two factor authentication to the backend and a simple plugin to show a Facebook Messenger popup.
Once in a while... a developer bought another domain... and he thought it is a good idea to have a little vCard website on the newly bought domain. That is how I build Pacurar.co.
For a personal project I built in Ruby on Rails I needed a CNP validator (CNP is like a social security number in USA). I quickly learned how to package it in a gem and publish it.
When I built this website, this business was one of the first of its kind in Romania. It is a business that offers funeral services but in a more advanced fashion. Initially, it was built as a static website, but as the client kept wanting more content changes I quickly transformed it into an October CMS site.
This is a very simple Wordpress site that serves the purpose to see a catalog of franchise products, a niche franchise: products for funeral activities.
Initially I've built a simple single page Laravel app that connects people to a payment provider in Romania and build a report with sales. Then I added an admin panel so client could see the list in real time. After this, I got recommended to basically do the same app for 3 more clients. This simple app helps 4 people get payments from people in no-time.
Back in 2018 I made a video tutorial in Romanian on how to built a weather mini-app using VueJS. It emphasised why you should avoid Jquery when possible.