Mike Mai

Mike Mai

Brooklyn, New York

A full-stack web developer who is passionate about building world class web applications. Knowledge in designing, coding, testing, and debugging processes. I love to learn cutting-edge technology and solve problems.


PurpleGather iOS & Android Mobile App

E-commerce mobile app runs on iOS and Android devices that allows users to browse, search, get product details, read and write reviews, purchase products, create support tickets, and manage orders. It is available to download in Apple App Store and Google Play Store. is a single page application (SPA), ecommerce website. Customers are able to browse and search catalog, add items to shopping cart, and place orders.

Knife Customization

This is the app that I wrote for Master Cutlery. You can build your own knife with this knife customization app. You get to choose handle material, bolster, box, and pouch. The visual appearance and the price of the knife will be changed based on your configuration.

Redesign Master Cutlery website. Enhanced existing functionality and implemented new functionality like filter product by varies attributes (categories, brands, themes, prices, availability).

Agent Order For Master Cutlery

This web application is built exclusively for Master Cutlery staffs, in which it will be used during the shows throughout the year. It allows the staffs to place orders for customers on site with show-only discounted pricing as well as create new customers. is a E-Commerce website built on Shopify platform. It targets end consumers instead of wholesale businesses ( It help generate revenues and increase brand awareness.


Introduction to Server-Sent Events (EventSource) one way communication

Server-sent events, unlike WebSockets, are unidirectional; that is, data packets are transmitted from the server to the client (such as a user's web browser). This makes them a good alternative when data from the client to the server does not need to be sent in message form.

Introduction to Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is a type of attack that causes an authorized user to do undesirable activities on a web application. An attacker can deceive users of a web application into doing activities of the attacker's choosing using social engineering techniques.

How to Traverse DOM Elements

There is a traversal API that allows us to find structurally related elements of the document; it treats a document as a tree of element objects. We can access these traversal API by referring to a specific element's parent, children, and siblings properties.

Introduction to Browser Custom Events

We can use client-side JavaScript's event API to define and dispatch our events using CustomEvent. Assume our application needs to conduct a long computation or a network request on a regular basis, and the other functionality or user interface is unavailable while these operations are in progress.

Introduction to stack data structure in JavaScript

A stack is an abstract data type that stores an ordered collection of items which follow first in last out (FILO) or last in first out (LIFO) principle; with two principal operations: push, which adds an item to the stack, and pop, which removes the most recently added item.

Dijkstra's Shortest Path Algorithm

Dijkstra's algorithm is an algorithm for finding the shortest paths between nodes in a graph, which may represent, for example, road networks. It was conceived by computer scientist Edsger W. Dijkstra in 1956 and published three years later. The algorithm exists in many variants.