Ohana API is a Ruby on Rails application that makes it easy for communities to publish and maintain a database of social services, and allows developers to build impactful applications that serve underprivileged residents.
This is the API + Admin Interface portion of the Ohana project, developed by @monfresh, @spara, and @anselmbradford during their Code for America Fellowship in 2013, in partnership with San Mateo County's Human Services Agency.
- Ruby version 2.4.3
- Rails version 4.2.10
- Testing Frameworks: RSpec, Factory Girl, Capybara
Follow the instructions in INSTALL.md to get the app up and running, and to learn how to import your data.
You can see a running version of the different parts of the application here:
- Ruby: Ohanakapa (our official wrapper)
We would love to see libraries for other programming languages. If you've built one, let us know and we'll add it here.
Out of the box, this project supports the Open Eligibility taxonomy. If you would like to use your own taxonomy, or add more categories to the Open Eligibility taxonomy, read our Wiki article on taxonomy basics.
Deploying to Heroku
See the Wiki.
Running the tests
Run tests locally with this simple command:
To see the actual tests, browse through the spec directory.
We'd love to get your help developing this project! Take a look at the Contribution Document to see how you can make a difference.
Copyright (c) 2013 Code for America. See LICENSE for details.