Python 3 1

comport

Comport is a tool for law enforcement agencies to open their data and be accountable to their citizens.

Updated Sep 29, 2016

citygram

Subscribe to your city.

Updated Sep 29, 2016

Ruby 3 1

crisisresponse

An internal tool to help the Seattle Police Department respond to the needs of people in crisis

Updated Sep 29, 2016

Java 2 3

pdfparser

A command line utility written in Java for working with PDF forms

Updated Sep 28, 2016

brigade

The Code for America Brigade Website

Updated Sep 28, 2016

Python 2 3

intake

A Django app behind the Clear My Record website

Updated Sep 28, 2016

workforwardnola

Job seeker focused website for NOLA

Updated Sep 29, 2016

JavaScript 5 9

redirect

Redirect places.

Updated Sep 28, 2016

JavaScript 3 1

posting-pro

NOLA 2016 project - skills-based job posting builder with bias analysis

Updated Sep 28, 2016

Ruby 4 1

ShotBot

Updated Sep 28, 2016

JavaScript 1 0

node-sparkxml

Parse XML according to the "Spark" convention (http://wiki.open311.org/JSON_and_XML_Conversion#The_Spark_Convention).

Updated Sep 27, 2016

follow-all

Follow all the members of a Twitter list with a single click

Updated Sep 26, 2016

adopt-a-hydrant

A web application that allows citizens to "adopt" civic infrastructure, such as fire hydrants that need to be shoveled out after it snows.

Updated Sep 26, 2016

cfa-orgchart

forked from abhinemani/mobi-orgchart

Updated Sep 23, 2016

HTML 0 0

style-guide

An updated style guide and pattern library for Code for America's website

Updated Sep 23, 2016

JavaScript 216 61

streetmix

Design, remix, and share your neighborhood street.

Updated Sep 22, 2016

PLpgSQL 1 2

nola-2016-fellows

Primary repo for NOLA 2016 Fellowship at Code for America

Updated Sep 20, 2016

bizfriendly-web

An experiment in digital literacy lessons. The experiment is now over.

Updated Sep 19, 2016

wealthmap

The next generation of econ dev resource matching.

Updated Sep 15, 2016