QR codes have become a routine aspect of everyday life. From scanning coupons at grocery stores to filling out forms online, these machine-readable labels use technology to simplify human needs. However, codes are no longer left for the corporations and the tech savvy. At the link above readers can create their own unique WiFi QR codes in a breeze. Gone are the days of checking router bases for the generic code or struggling to remember the password a roommate created years ago. Now, users can simply enter their information into the generator and receive a code that is compatible with several Android, Maemo, and iOS apps. The site also eases security concerns by rendering codes within the host's browser, rather than outsourcing to a remote server. Evgeni Golov, a German computer scientist, developer, and freelance open-source project creator, wrote the code for QiFi. Golov employed jQuery, jQuery QRCode, jQuery Storage and Bootstrap to do so.