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README.md

Grackl (aka Project Tracking Tool)

A bird's eye view of Digital Projects at the City of Austin.

Current Test Site Deployed at: https://grackle.austintexas.io

Table of Contents

About the Project

Grackl is an online tracking interface for City of Austin Digital Projects. This effort is a partnership between the City of Austin’s Communications and Technology Management department and the Office of Innovation. This effort is also a commitment the City of Austin has made as part of its participation in the Open Government Partnership subnational pilot program.

More detailed information about the project can be found on projects.austintexas.io

Research Findings

September Shareout Slides

Roadmap

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Contributing

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Getting Started

  1. Clone and cd into repo root directory.
  2. To install dependencies: npm install
  3. Install Gatsby npm install -g gatsby-cli
  4. To run a static server: gatsby develop

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Tech Dependencies

Grackl is build using Gatsby.js. Gatsby is a static-site generator (similar to Jekyll.rb) that uses React ES6 components instead of Ruby and Liquid templates. Gatsby documentation - Building with Components

In addition to Gatsby, Grackl uses Netlify CMS.

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Other Resources