Most important contributions to third-parties Open Source projects
istanbul-js is a code coverage tool that's being used internally by
Jest testing framework, developed by Facebook and the
default text output format was too much limited when showing the number of code
coverage missing lines, so I refactored it to reduce the number of decoration
characters and auto-adjust to the width of the terminal by default, in addition
of grouping ranges of
consecutive missing lines to be able to show more of them.
As part of the development of NodeOS to provide it some basic
graphic capabilities, I added support for configurable backends on
node-canvas, with the intention of being able to draw directly on the Linux
FbDev framebuffer device instead of just only in memory. Backends support was
already accepted in upstream code, but FbDev code is still pending of approval.
In the future, plan is to add support for other graphic systems like accelerated
Linux DRM/KMS, X11, Windows GDI, or OSX Metal.
This project was later sponsored by Ventrata to add support for double-buffering, VSync and 24bits color mode.
As a WebRTC pioneer since 2012 with ShareIt!, I've been
contributing to other projects, specially using
node-webrtc as a building
block for Node.js applications, where I've worked to improve the APIs
compatibility with browsers in addition to maintenance tasks.