Hello, my name is Corey Lanier, and I am an American multilingual (English, Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Esperanto) web developer based in Toronto. I am a graduate of HackerYou's Web Development Immersive with a passion for competitive gaming, food, and writing.
Before starting my career in tech, I lived in China and South Korea for 5 years teaching English as a Second Language. Alongside knowledge and skills, I bring curiosity, enthusiasm, and a whole lot of care to everything I do.
This note app is designed for the storage and retrieval of notes meant for specific scenarios, such as matchups within competitive gaming. You are also able to further filter the notes based on specified data, so as to make them easier to read.
A Vue full stack app that I built to create a simple content management system and frontend for a blog.
This app allows for new user creation, user admin to create multiple authors, posting and commenting.
A web app I created for iCademy Middle East that utilizes the Canvas LMS API to allow teachers to rename their course items in bulk by automating the renaming process.
This app features a Node.js proxy server to handle updating the data on the Canvas API.
This bikeshare was tailored with mobile usage in mind, and searches for available bikes as well as empty slots to dock your rented bike in. It also finds the closest dock to your location and gives real-time directions to it.
This app is able to find available live streams on the Twitch service, and list them on your page by most popular, and allow you to click through to the stream.
This app works within the Twitch API and minimizes the amount of API calls per minute in order to prevent lockout from Twitch.
This app allows people to randomly draft teams for their own team based competitions. You are able to add your players, and set the size of the team before drafting players until the player pool is empty.
This app allows for the collection of results from gaming matches, and the rating of each player based on relative ELO points. It also allows for tracking of characters used and location of players.
A simple PSD wireframe conversion I made during bootcamp. This shows off great usage of Flexbox and CSS Grid which helps to maintain viewability on responsive design.