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myRobogals is the global intranet and record-keeping tool for Robogals. It simplifies many of our day-to-day tasks, including organising school visits, managing and communicating with members, and easily collecting statistics on a global scale.
A mobile-friendly web app that provides information to guide individuals to an intake center, a place where meals can be accessed, and a place to sleep for the night.
Empowering coders to find open source, social good projects and improve the world.
The Khan Academy API gives developers access to nearly all types of Khan Academy data via a RESTful API that outputs easy-to-parse JSON.
Khan Academy has created a generic framework for building exercises. This framework, together with the exercises themselves, can be used completely independently of the Khan Academy application.
OpenLMIS is a highly configurable logistics management system to support different organizations and governments who are struggling to make medicines and related supplies available in far fetched health centers at the right time and in right quantity.
Quill is a web-based tool that provides personalized, interactive grammar lessons for middle school students.
The Predator Alert Tool for Facebook is designed for survivors of sexual assault and rape. It allows you to share information about people in your social network who may be dangerous without having to reveal your identity.
Open Science Framework promotes integrity, reproducibility and transparency in the scientific workflow.
A nonprofit, crowdfunded, open-source mutual fund for charity -- With a RubyOnRails API, and JS/CSS/HTML UI, we're changing the landscape of charitable giving.
Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable programs for adults to learn web and software development in a judgment-free environment.
A application that gives denver residents notifications about upcoming street sweeping occurrences.
The Code for America Brigade program is an international network of people committed to using their voices and hands, in collaboration with local governments, to make their cities better.
The Khan Academy Live Editor is a dynamic code editor developed for the Khan Academy Computer Science curriculum.
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