This section is for tools and applications that are web based, but are not necessarily websites. Here are a few examples based on what we have done in the past:
WEB SCRAPER/CRAWLER - This is a tool in the form of a webpage that reads other webpages and pulls out selective information.
API PARSERS - Many online services like Facebook have a public codebase referred to as an API. This codebase allows a developer to send and receive information from the online service directly. Think of an API as a cheat sheet for a math test with all the formulas on it. Developers can use this API to build a bridge from the service to your program.
INVENTORY SYSTEMS - These would involve databases and programs built around them. Such a system could be connected to the internet or could be a standalone computer program. It would have a custom user interface for quick additions, subtractions, and inventory checks. A similar program could be created for non-profits to track student volunteer information and generate official reports.
If any of these interest you, or if you have something specific in mind, send us an email!
UCF Arboretum Volunteer Database Tracker
Trello Supplemental Task Tracker - Trello API(Screenshot)