Open source software is a big part of our day today at Bocoup. We use open source software on commercial projects, and encourage our clients to contribute work product back to the community. We also dedicate 25% of our time to the open source each week. Below are some of the projects we have released, or supported during Bocoup open source time:
We are actively contributing to and supporting the jQuery projects with five active core contributors on the Bocoup team, and two jQuery core team members at Bocoup.
We are actively contributing to and supporting backbone.js.
A jQuery plugin for working with the Twitter Search API and putting twitter searches on websites with a simple syntax that follows the Twitter Search API URL parameters.
Django Google Maps Field is a robust way to customize and display a Google Map in Django, and use it as a UI for selecting/displaying location information in the Django admin.
Backbone Boilerplate is a set of best practices and utilities for building Backbone.js applications. We actively contribute our experience building backbone apps to this boilerplate.
We are actively contributing to and supporting the Processing.js community and had the honor of developing the official website for the Processing.js project.
This Deck.js plugin allows users to embed runnable code blocks in their HTML5 slides using the Codemirror library.
We developed this handy tool for managing Backbone.js views and subviews in a declarative fashion.
We are using CouchDB in production on commercial projects, and are active in the CouchDB community.
We are using Node.js in production on commercial projects, have contributed Node.js modules to NPM and are active in the Node.js community.
jQuery Plugin for creating and managing web workers across implementations. Includes Hive.Pollen.js - the thread-safe utility library for connecting worker threads to the Hive.
We contributed to this CSS grid framework in the August 2009 release: Version 0.9.1