I'm excited to share my latest project with you - a testing tool for sorting algorithms that I developed with my group for a university subject (CSIT314).
This tool is designed to help developers ensure that their sorting algorithms are correct and efficient. It works by allowing users to input their own sorting algorithms, and then testing them against a range of test cases to see how they perform. The tool provides detailed results and performance metrics, making it easy to identify any issues and optimize the algorithms.
One of the things that sets this tool apart is that it was written in TypeScript, which provides a level of type safety and flexibility that I found really helpful while working on the project. I'm really proud of the final product, and I think it's a valuable tool for anyone working on sorting algorithms.
Below is a video that demonstrates the tool in action. I hope you find it useful and I'm looking forward to hearing your feedback.