head until last month, when Karthik and I started working on BadgeIt.
Came a long way from staring at JS/JQuery and wondering what the hell does
that piece of code do, in the past 4 weeks. Feels good.
Had this issue when we tiled the badges that browser scales it up and it
doesn't match the input size in inputs. Solved it by fixing size in CSS
physical units. But over a 100 badges, with high res images like 300 dpi,
it crashed the browser :/ So found this neat library, jspdf, and now,
one can print all badges to PDF, fixing paper size and orientation of their
choice. And guess what, thanks to HTML5 FS api, 23.5mb pdf's create and
download in the blink of an eye. Yay!
Went on to add Sign in with Google to keep track of User info. The Google
Engine Java service to store user info in the datastore, so we can write to
them for sample badges and stuff.
Added social plugins using AddThis, and minor UI improvements to the
site. Some more polishing before pushing to prod today. Should write blog
on how this app was built soon.
 - http://github.com/makkarlabs/badgeit
 - http://github.com/MrRio/jspdf  - http://addthis.com