Greeting! My name is Tim, I am a Front‐end Web Developer and an Open Web Advocate.
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Deliver the best possible experience on modern browsers and devices by introducing responsive design and HTML5 technologies.
The 2011 website the largest open source conference in Taiwan. Responsible for the overall planning and the front‐end engineering.
The website adopts responsive design, mobile layout reveals automatically when necessary. The website itself is a iOS Web App, which seamlessly integrates into the Home Screen. It also features APIs of the event information, enabling third party apps to showcase the event. The work has been selected by COSCUP organising team as one of the feature mobile apps, and receive applause from invited speakers like Paul Rouget.
Information visualization project not just for HTML5 techies but for all everyone.
An HTML5 information visualization toy that fetches textual contents from APIs, retrieves words and terms, and paints. Inspired by Wordle.
OAuth 2.0 is implemented to fetch Facebook and Google+ content, and term frequency is calculated by running customized N‐gram algorithm for Chinese scripts, and Porter Stemming Algorithm for English.
Highly customized WordPress themes and plug‐ins, video and rich‐content intergration.
Demonstration experiments is one of the most effect way to deliver physics knowledge in class. NCU Physics Demonstrations Lab website is an effort to bring the demonstrations beyond classrooms, making the content available on the web, helping teachers and students around the world to explore.
Embedded the core value of the product within the compaign site: customization and user experience.
“GFX” is a community‐based campaign for promoting Firefox, the open source browser. The core idea is simple: if Firefox is fast and customizable, why shouldn’t something that promotes it aren’t? To honor the idea, GFX is built for user to make their own “product intro page”, featuring their favorite Firefox introductions, and list of extensions of their choice.
Rich front‐end web application, complete business operation procedure intergration.
Filmaker is a small web business that convert user‐submitted photos into positive films, as a personalized gift, and a capsule of memories. I was asked to develop the front‐end editor for customer and console for order status, etc.
The application is almost entirely client‐side based, and covered the entire business operation flow, significantly transform the labor‐intensive business into semi‐automated operation. As a result, Filmaker outbid competitors in pricing, and is currently dominated the Taiwanese market for the similar products.
Bring HTA “hack” to daily use, leveraging its ability to break same‐origin policy.
Wretch is a social network service from Yahoo! Taiwan unfamously known to put to many advertisements on their website.
WretchLeech is a 40k HTML Application that show the photo albums in a neater way. It breaks the same‐origin security policy, runs ajax requests, extracts image URLs, reconstructs the layout, and displays the images, all on their own domain.
The application received noteworthy attention on Internet, referred on the BusinessNext magazine. It’s currently unmaintained since Wretch eventually lost its edge with Facebook.
Enabling students and teachers across the country the access to the best free open source software planetarium software by providing localized settings pack.
Being a astronomy hobbyist and a free/open source geek, I came across Stellarium a long time ago. It troubled me that there was no easy way to configure the localized font, and the fact that people is unaware the location simulation feature the software provides. Hence, I made this add-on pack that made everything easy — with this tool, people can enable the locale UI and set the geographic location to Taiwan with only a few click.
The impact of this tool was phenomenal: high school teachers across the country use the software to introduce Earth-Sun relations and celestial movement to their students. Once in an amateur astronomer gathering, my name was being recognized by people I'd never met. Stellarium (with my settings) is often shown on news reports and books when related to celestial events such as astronomical conjunctions.
The same settings was later implemented to LasyScripts, which is a script collection for configurate Debian/Ubuntu Linux with localized settings.
Personalise film builder. Featuring PHP backend for image processing and font rending.
An Wikipedia user script that enables the doubters to add  to selected text. A tribune to Chinese Wikipedia and small contribution to the encyclopedia from a Web Developer.
Placeholder page for COSCUP 2011, replaced by the full website when it launches. Features an image cloud from 2010 photos.
jQuery plug‐in that upgrades the built‐in ajax function into a binary upload compatible one. Access local file with standard HTML5 methods and also legacy Gecko methods. A talk was given to introduce the challenges.
WordPress‐based site featuring theme customisation and page fragment loading.
Landing page and portal for physics related site in National Central University.
WordPress‐based site featuring theme customisation.
Small server‐side app that rewrites the name of the college on the logo.
First generation of the website. Renewed by 2nd version in 2010.
Early DHTML work features videos from high school graduation.
Curriculum Vitæ is available at LinkedIn.