It is designed for mobile. The Chrome extension doesn’t work on my mobile browser of choice (Brave), so this is designed to do that on my phone.
If you’re wondering what the heck Netrunner is, you might want to take a look at my Netrunner New Player Guide which attempts to provide a brief introduction to the game.
Although this is designed for mobile, since it is loading full-size card images, it has the potential to use quite a bit of data (5+ mb / load), so be warned if you spend most of your time on mobile data rather than wifi. Once I get it to filter down to just cards in standard, I may try to create a lightweight text-only version. However, since one of the reasons I created this was because I’m relatively new and want to get better at recognizing cards while playing on jinteki.net, this won’t be a priority for a while.
This app consists of only a single page, everything else it gets from the netrunnerDB API, you can download the page and save it on your device to save a bit of data/time.
Unfortunately, Brave on mobile (as awesome as it is otherwise) doesn’t let me set the default page to load for a new tab, so the hack is to replace the launch shortcut with a link to this (or just to put a link to this somewhere where I can easily use it) which will open the site up in a new tab in Brave.
Huge thanks to netrunnerDB for creating the database that this is based on. None of this would be possible without them.
0.3 The image should now link to the displayed card. Now works well enough that I can start working on filtering down to just standard-legal cards.
0.2 Getting there. Images should always load now. Also, need to make the image link to the proper record on NRDB.
0.1 It (kinda) works! Unfortunately about half of the cards in NRDB have a different image source, so I’ll need to figure that out.