Judah Wright

A collection of my work

Simple Twitch.TV Widget

posted 6 12 2017 in Open Source

The Simple Twitch.TV Widget is exactly what the name implies. It is a very

straight-forward, easy to use, and configurable front-end widget generator.

The entirety of what the widget does, is show if a user is online or not. If the

user in question is online, it will give a preview of their stream and a link

to their stream. If they are offline, it will simply place a placeholder image



posted 7 12 2017 in Personal Projects

This is an older project, but I host and manage the UOLTT website.

Basically, we are a group of gamers with WAY too much free time on our hands. To the point where we are developing mobile apps, market crawlers, and crowd-sourced intelligence information.

You can also check out its beta site, but there is not too much there at the moment.

Still very much an ongoing project, I hope to be able to share more information on my portfolio soon!


posted 7 12 2017 in Open Source

This was a SUPER simple library I wrote that does some simple math and conversions between machine-readable file sizes and human-readable file sizes.

This plugin is used on the Hold This site, as well as a few other smaller projects.

You can do some nifty stuff with it, for example:

echo Bytes::make(512)->add('512B')->pretty; // 1.00kB

You can find more information on it on its GitHub page, as well as on Packagist.

WP API Categories + Tags

posted 6 12 2017 in Personal Projects

This plugin will allow the inclusion of a given posts categories and tags in both reading from and writing to the WP REST API.

I have also included a few of my own endpoints, (found at: /wp-json/e_ct/v1/) “categories” and “tags.” These endpoints will print out all
 categories on that site, and if you provide a post ID it will give you the categories/tags for that post.

 For future compatibility I have prefixed everything with “e_”
 This is so if the WordPress team eventually supports this functionality, this plugin will not interfear with their API

Server Canyon

posted 7 12 2017 in Professional Work

Whoever said hosting your own website had to be expensive was a great liar. In fact, hosting your own site can be as cheap as a single cup of coffee per month!

Of course if you plan on being the next Netflix or Facebook you will have to re-evaluate your budget, but for the most part you can get by without selling off your firstborn son.

Here at Server Canyon, our job is to make hosting your projects as simple and easy as possible, all while not breaking the bank. This means no setup or cancellation fees. Our starter package is as little as $5/month.

Hold This

posted 7 12 2017 in Open Source

I made this site with a friend in mind. He needed to make frequent off-site backups of one of his servers, but had an incredibly slow Internet connection and aggressive bandwidth caps. He had a bash script to upload files to DropBox, but it was slow and cumbersome.

We were talking about the problem one day and he mentioned that he wished there was a site out there that he could just tell to “Hold This” file for a little bit. And thus the site was born.

The site is not meant to be too complicated. It has a simple web interface, an easy to use API, and that’s it.

The site can be viewed at https://holdthis.net/, the project is open source and is viewable on GitLab