Corbin Davenport is creating web apps, browser extensions, and more
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Hi there!

I'm Corbin Davenport, and I create browser extensions, web apps, and other helpful tools. Here are just some of the projects I currently develop and maintain:

  • PhotoStack: An online batch photo editor, complete with watermarking support, offline functionality, cloud storage integration, and much more.
  • WhatDevice: A web app that displays information about your device and browser, using JavaScript and WebGL. It's designed to work on both new and old browsers, and it can assist in diagnosing someone's computer/phone/tablet/etc.
  • NoPlugin: A browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera that allows you to play some legacy plugin media in modern browsers.
  • Peek: A browser extension for Chrome and Opera that can preview dozens of types of documents, without downloading them. Just hover over a file's link, and Peek will display an interactive preview instantly. The extension supports PDFs, Office documents, videos, audio, Google Docs links, and more.
  • Wikipedia Search: A browser extension for Chrome and Opera that adds the ability to search Wikipedia to the address bar. You can also right-click a selected word or phrase to perform a search.
  • CacheView: A simple web app that finds cached (backed up) copies of a specific web page from the Wayback Machine, Google's web cache, and Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) cache.
  • Tootbot: A Python application that automatically mirrors Reddit posts to Twitter and Mastodon, with media attachments for images/GIFs. It can be run locally on a computer, or in the cloud for free using Heroku.
  • Nexus Tools: an installer for the Android debug/development command-line tools ADB (Android Device Bridge) and Fastboot for macOS, Linux, and Chromebooks. It's the fastest way to get started with everything from Android development to fixing your phone.

All of these projects are free and open-source, so anyone can take a look at the code. I love working on them, but they to take a lot of time to maintain, especially as web standards and browser requirements continue to evolve.

Most of these projects already have PayPal donate links, but I know some people prefer Patreon, so I decided to make one. If you enjoy any of these projects (or possibly something else I made that I have forgotten to include), even just $1/month would be greatly appreciated. Regardless, thanks for reading this far!
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$1 or more per month

As an awesome person, you'll get priority support and my everlasting gratitude.

Hi there!

I'm Corbin Davenport, and I create browser extensions, web apps, and other helpful tools. Here are just some of the projects I currently develop and maintain:

  • PhotoStack: An online batch photo editor, complete with watermarking support, offline functionality, cloud storage integration, and much more.
  • WhatDevice: A web app that displays information about your device and browser, using JavaScript and WebGL. It's designed to work on both new and old browsers, and it can assist in diagnosing someone's computer/phone/tablet/etc.
  • NoPlugin: A browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera that allows you to play some legacy plugin media in modern browsers.
  • Peek: A browser extension for Chrome and Opera that can preview dozens of types of documents, without downloading them. Just hover over a file's link, and Peek will display an interactive preview instantly. The extension supports PDFs, Office documents, videos, audio, Google Docs links, and more.
  • Wikipedia Search: A browser extension for Chrome and Opera that adds the ability to search Wikipedia to the address bar. You can also right-click a selected word or phrase to perform a search.
  • CacheView: A simple web app that finds cached (backed up) copies of a specific web page from the Wayback Machine, Google's web cache, and Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) cache.
  • Tootbot: A Python application that automatically mirrors Reddit posts to Twitter and Mastodon, with media attachments for images/GIFs. It can be run locally on a computer, or in the cloud for free using Heroku.
  • Nexus Tools: an installer for the Android debug/development command-line tools ADB (Android Device Bridge) and Fastboot for macOS, Linux, and Chromebooks. It's the fastest way to get started with everything from Android development to fixing your phone.

All of these projects are free and open-source, so anyone can take a look at the code. I love working on them, but they to take a lot of time to maintain, especially as web standards and browser requirements continue to evolve.

Most of these projects already have PayPal donate links, but I know some people prefer Patreon, so I decided to make one. If you enjoy any of these projects (or possibly something else I made that I have forgotten to include), even just $1/month would be greatly appreciated. Regardless, thanks for reading this far!

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Awesome Tier
$1 or more per month

As an awesome person, you'll get priority support and my everlasting gratitude.