A set of open source services and a discipline
Ruby, Sinatra, Coffeescript
In several production applications
After working for a few years on a monolithic application we wanted our services to be reusable, composable and shareable across all our applications. They should be as easy to access from a daemon as from client side script. They should have standardized auth and security — and finally: the services that make up our applications should also actually be the public api. The web app should just be one of the api-consuming clients, not privileged in any way compared to an iPhone or Android native client.
We call services that adhere to this informal standard pebbles.
Read more about pebbles on pebblestack.org.
Supercolluder for the Gig Economy
Machine learning in search of the uncanny
Own a small slice of Norway
Simple surface, intricate clockwork
Clean Slate CMS Construction Kit
Efficient text input for mobile and wearable devices
Friendly community for the Norwegian cultural fringe.
Laser sintered topological maps for cars and social scientists