Updated: Sat Jul 08 2017

Commercial

Render.js (JavaScript / Node)

ToBox (2015—2016, JavaScript / React)

Stylish, visual platform for creating online shops. (Part of web frontend team.)

uchebnik.mos.ru (2014—2015, JavaScript)

Electronic education system for Russian schools (closed beta). SPA frontend, part of team.

Call centre control system (2014, JavaScript / Node / React)

Call centre monitoring and control system: realtime analysis of call centre load, forecast, call management. Node.js backend / React frontend.

Hobby

ProstoPoi (2014 — 2016, Python / Django / Sass / React)

Poi community website. We have our own video lessons, go check us out!

Open Source

Prax (JavaScript)

Framework for organising state and side effects in React applications. Heavily inspired by Redux, Clojure, ClojureScript libraries, and has been battle-tested in large apps since 2015.

Posterus (JavaScript)

Asynchronous primitives (futures): alternative to JS promises with true cancelation and scheduling control.

espo (JavaScript)

Utils for stateful and reactive programming in JavaScript.

emerge (JavaScript)

Utils for using plain JS objects as immutable, persistent data structures. Non-OO, much lighter and simpler than the popular alternatives.

fpx (JavaScript)

Functional programming extensions for JavaScript.

Webbs (JavaScript)

Adapter for native DOM WebSocket with auto-reconnect and offline buffering.

Alder (JavaScript)

[WIP] Experimental rendering library inspired by React and Reagent. Represents view components with plain functions and DOM with plain JavaScript data structures. On hold, undocumented.

jisp (JavaScript / jisp)

A “programmable language”. Basically a Lisp-style language that compiles to JavaScript. Currently on hold; should revisit it someday.

stylific (Sass / JavaScript)

CSS (Sass) library/framework. Similar to Bootstrap, built on different principles. Accompanied by stylific-lite.

simple-pjax (JavaScript)

Library that dramatically speeds up page navigation on websites. See the explanatory blog post.

statil (JavaScript)

World’s lightest, and possibly fastest, generator of static websites like this one.