CodeNForce is a JavaEE-based, open source web database application for managing municpal government code enforcement and occupancy permitting workflows. Built by Technology Rediscovery LLC and students attending the Community College of Allgheny County, CodeNForce’s geographic center is the Turtle Creek Valley on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, PA.
As technical documentation designed for developers, the primary audience for these pages are system administrators and developers who wish to build, edit, or maintain an existing CodeConnect instance. Sub-components of the system each have their own briefing page which links to specific files in the repo as they are explained and indexes how-to pages for various tasks.
You can build codeNforce on most any Linux system with these instructions. As a barely launched prototype, the build process is not always smooth like it might be in a fully packaged docker container. If you’re trying to build as an non project team member, you will probably need to be quite handy at the terminal.
All developer documentation is written in markdown and exists on the mater branch directory called
docs Since we are not actively working on the master branch, follow these steps
masterbranch (which is no longer the default branch, the default branch is
.mdending inside this directory structure to store your validation rules
index.mdmain page so others can see it
The documentation root is at https://technologyrediscovery.github.io/codenforce/