Developing Software

Defacto maintains and contributes to open source software and libraries. We rely on open source software and like to give back to the community. Among other initiatives, we are proud sponsor of Elixir forum.

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A selection of our open source projects:

intercom_stats

intercom_stats

Analysis tool to use in parallel with Intercom. Provides insights on reaction time, conversation duration and closing time.

Elixir Phoenix

Github
test_selector

test_selector

Library with Elixir and Hound helpers to set/get test selectors to/from elements in a Phoenix app.

Elixir

Github
cell-js

cell-js

Simple and lightweight solution for binding JavaScript to specific templates or side server components.

JavaScript

Github
ex_cell

ex_cell

A module for creating coupled modules of CSS, Javascript and Views in Phoenix.

Phoenix Elixir

Github
ex_css_modules

ex_css_modules

CSS Modules for Elixir. Build to integrate well with the Phoenix Framework.

Elixir Phoenix

Github
Hours

Hours

Hours is a simple time tracking application that we use for internal time-tracking.

Ruby

Github
LTI

LTI for Elixir

Working concept of an LTI launch from Elixir.

Elixir

Github
PickupGamebot

PickupGameBot

To help us set up pickup futsal games and more.

Ruby

Github
Defacto Websites

Defacto Websites

Our websites are built with Middleman, a static website generator.

HTML

Github

For more open source projects visit us on GitHub