The DocumentCloud platform
This is the repository for the legacy DocumentCloud site, please see the current repository here:
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DocumentCloud is a catalog of primary source documents and a tool for annotating, organizing and publishing them on the web. Documents are contributed by journalists, researchers and archivists.
This codebase contains the entirety of DocumentCloud.org, and pulls together the rest of our open-source projects: Docsplit is used to extract data from incoming documents; that work is parallelized across CloudCrowd; data on the client-side is modeled by Backbone.js, which depends on Underscore.js for all of its abilities; Jammit concatenates and compresses the dozens of CSS and JS files into a single asset package; the NYTimes' Document Viewer displays the documents, while Pixel Ping records the traffic.
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