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I'm Scott, a full stack developer that specialises in Javascript and Typescript.

My path through technology

This is a timeline of the main technologies I've used over the years. Those marked as 'commercial' were used in both commercial and non-commercial projects, while those marked as non-commercial were only used in personal/non-commercial projects.

  • Delphi (2006 - 2010, non-commercial)
  • Delphi Firemonkey (2010 - 2013, non-commercial)
  • JQuery (2014 - 2016, commercial)
  • Node, Express (2014 - Present, commercial)
  • (2014 - 2018, commercial)
  • AngularJS (v1) (2016 - 2017, non-commercial)
  • Angular (v2 - v6) (2017 - 2018, non-commercial)
  • Typescript, React, MobX, React Native, Expo (2018 - Present, commercial)
  • Docker (2018 - present, commercial)
  • C# (2019 - 2020, commercial)
  • Apollo Server + Client (2019 - 2023, commercial)
  • Supabase (2021 - Present, commercial)
  • Hasura (2022 - 2023, non-commercial)


  • I created Quicache (pronounced Key-cache, or Kwi-cache [as in Quick-cache] -- either is fine), a memory-based JS key-value data cache
  • I created JS-ThemeGen, a Javascript library for quickly generating colour shades
  • I created TSOpenLDB, a library for interacting with the UK National Rail Open LDB staff API
  • I've worked on a large number of commercial React and React Native projects for clients across the world

Most people know me as a coder, but I've also got 20 years experience with non-code related IT stuff. Yes, I can probably fix your computer.

Awesome tools I use

  • Supabase - An open-source alternative to Firebase
  • Expo - A framework for developing, building and deploying React Native applications
  • Moti - A React Native library for building animated components (Based on Reanimated 2)
  • Portainer - A docker container for helping to manage your docker containers

So many repos!

Many of my repos are forks of useful projects. I don't use all of them, but I like to keep a copy of projects that I think might be worth looking into in future.

Let's Connect

  • Twitter - dev tweets aren't as common these days as they once were
  • - rarely posted to

Scott Pritchard's Projects

30-seconds-of-code icon 30-seconds-of-code

Curated collection of useful JavaScript snippets that you can understand in 30 seconds or less.

acey icon acey

OOP State Manager built with Lodash. ⚡

agenda icon agenda

Lightweight job scheduling for Node.js

agentmaps icon agentmaps

Make social simulations on interactive maps with Javascript! Agent-based modeling for the web.

airframe-react icon airframe-react

Free Open Source High Quality Dashboard based on Bootstrap 4 & React 16:

airports icon airports

A JSON database of 28k+ airports with ICAO/IATA codes, names, cities, two-letter country identifiers, elevation, latitude & longitude, and a timezone identifier

akita icon akita

🔮 A Reactive State Management Tailored-Made for JS Applications

amplified icon amplified

🎣 AWS Amplify libraries wrapped with React hooks

anycubic-photon-docs icon anycubic-photon-docs

This repo aims to collect curate and compile information on anycubic photon hardware software and use

anypixel icon anypixel

A web-friendly way for anyone to build unusual displays

app-ideas icon app-ideas

A Collection of application ideas which can be used to improve your coding skills.

appwrite icon appwrite

Appwrite is a secure end-to-end backend server for Web, Mobile, and Flutter developers that is packaged as a set of Docker containers for easy deployment 🚀

arwes icon arwes

Futuristic Sci-Fi and Cyberpunk Graphical User Interface Framework for Web Apps

async-flow icon async-flow

A JS library to run and manage async tasks queue

attempt icon attempt

A JavaScript library that makes it easier to retry functions that return a promise

auto-bind icon auto-bind

Automatically bind methods to their class instance

autoencoder icon autoencoder

A JavaScript module to run autoencoder in the browser.

autoslap icon autoslap

Install and configure ESLint, Prettier, lint-staged and Husky with one command

awesome-aws icon awesome-aws

A curated list of awesome Amazon Web Services (AWS) libraries, open source repos, guides, blogs, and other resources. Featuring the Fiery Meter of AWSome.

awesome-dotnet icon awesome-dotnet

A collection of awesome .NET libraries, tools, frameworks and software

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