Blip is the internal name for Tidepool for Web, a tool for seeing diabetes data in one place.
Tidepool data visualization for diabetes device data.
Shoreline is the entrance to the ocean; in our case it manages logins and user accounts
A web service that provides the ability to download Tidepool data in Excel format
The library of common functions for Tidepool's Go-based applications.
Library for Tidepool's timeline-style diabetes data visualization(s) used in Blip
An Electron app for uploading diabetes device data to Tidepool's backend
Browser-side library for interacting with the tidepool platform
The Tidepool platform API
A place to put tooling and scripts that help when working on Tidepool stuff.
A command-line suite with useful tools for working with Tidepool data.
Tidepool's developer portal.
Data access API for Tidepool's diabetes data as used by Blip
The router service that sits between tidepool backend and the world.
The Tidepool API for managing user metadata.
Tidepools message API for adding context to diabetes data
The service for diabetes data uploads.
This API sends notifications to users for things like forgotten passwords, initial signup, and invitations.
Tidepool's metrics endpoint -- it can funnel data to an offsite metrics platform while stripping it of identifiable information in a way that complies with HIPAA requirements.
Authorization client and server for tidepool
Very simple compile daemon for Go
An npm package for making it easy to use the Tidepool user-api.
Technical documentation that doesn't belong in a specific app/library/service repo.
PdfKit wrapper that helps to draw informations in simple tables
Documentation for Tidepool's data models.
Home for code we use to analyze data for the Tidepool Big Data Donation project and similar.
Fetch, parse, stream pump data from Animas/Diasend