404design developed a WordPress plugin for bol.com to show off a new feature from the version 4 of the bol.com Open API, the sellerlist, an overview of all products that are sold though a specific seller (not bol.com, but a Plaza or Second hand seller). In this case the second hand seller.
On Hyves you can Respect content items by giving Respect like a Like on Facebook. You can also Respect external content (based on OpenGraph information). To make this easier when you’re not on Hyves, I’ve developed an Chrome Extension that integrates this functionality within the Chrome Browser.
HyvesTV is a product within the Social Network Hyves where users can make lists of YouTube video’s and share these with their friends on Hyves. They can for example add this to a humor or favorites list.
Together with my Hyves colleague Chris Mulder I build a Chrome Photo Uploader Extension for the Dutch Social network Hyves. You can upload photo’s from the browsers Contextmenu (the menu that appears when you click your right-mouse-button). Another option is to drag images from webpages into the bottom right corner of your browser. So a pretty nice extension, but that is up to you to decide 🙂
Backend and frontend work for Bennyvreden.nl, a company that makes and sels children musical for Dutch schools (most famous for their so called say-goodbye-musicals).
I was missing a good RSS gadget on the Social Network Hyves, so I made one myself. There are 3 versions of this gadget at the moment (General OpenSocial, Twitter, General iFrame). The OpenSocial version of this gadget shows a selected feed, the title or content and a specific amount of items in the feed can be chosen. There are some preselected feeds where you can choose from, these are popular webistes in the Netherlands. But next to that you can also fill in a custom rss-feed-url.
A gadget that shows quotes of people that work at HyvesHQ. This was the first gadget that I released and was only meant for people at HyvesHQ.