Is an open source app builder right for you?
In today’s world, you would be hard pressed to find a person who doesn’t use an app (or two or three) in their daily life. Statista reports there were 218 billion mobile app downloads worldwide in 2020 (compared to 140.7 billion in 2016). The app market is obviously booming, and companies and developers want to […]
Open Source and Open Contribution at Intuit
This year, Intuit has made Open Source a priority, and I wanted to share more information about how Intuit is embracing Open Source and how it is helping us deliver more benefits to our customers, faster than ever.
Meet Wasabi, an Open Source A/B Testing Platform
We’re pleased to announce that Intuit has open-sourced our A/B testing platform, Wasabi. Read on for more details.
Intuit is Making its Mobile Privacy Notice Code Available On Open Source
Last year, the U.S. government hosted multi-stakeholder talks to forge common ground on mobile app privacy. The result was the Mobile App Privacy Voluntary Code of Conduct, which calls for mobile applications to include a short form privacy notice — simple, easily understandable screens — that clearly inform consumers what data is being collected and with […]
IPP Flex Framework released under the Eclipse Public License on code.intuit.com
The Intuit Partner Platform team is proud to announce the release of our native IPP Flex Framework under the Eclipse Public License on code.intuit.com. The IPP Flex Framework project provides client libraries, tools and examples for Flex developers who are developing Native IPP applications. This includes the Kingussie framework and other components that may be […]
Getting real with code.intuit.com
Last June when we launched code.intuit.com, we had a big vision but we really didn’t know what would happen. Open Source is new to Intuit and isn’t fully ingrained in our DNA yet. It has been a fun project and over the last couple of months we are starting to feel that we are approaching […]
Moving to the Eclipse Public License
A few days ago I blogged that we will "most likely" be moving to the Eclipse Public License as our preferred license on code.intuit.com. The "most likely" disclaimer is being removed. We will be moving to the EPL. Our lawyer is back from vacation and earlier today we got together with some folks in the […]
CPL, EPL and License Proliferation
Hi… I'm Robert Larson, coder and community manager for the new code.intuit.com - yeah…I'm the guy you see in that video 🙂 When we started getting serious about sponsoring an open source community on code.intuit.com, one very critical decision was which license to use. Although we've generally had very positive feedback and interest with the […]
Announcing code.intuit.com – IPP Open Source Community
This morning we are announcing a new open source community for developers interested in creating connected online applications for small businesses. The community, at code.intuit.com, lets developers work with Intuit and each other to build better Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications that solve important small business problems via the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP). Context A few weeks […]