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Multi-tenancy in Plio

By Vaibhav Rathore

April 29, 2021

Planning the database schema for the new Plio infrastructure was easy. Or that’s what I thought initially. The previous structure of Plio used to have various JSON files, each representing an entity on its own. For example, a typical user’s JSON file would look like this: So, creating a database…

Code linting with pre-commit

By Vaibhav Rathore

April 15, 2021

Code linting, though a very small & basic thing, often gets ignored by many people in many projects. Probably because it’s small. There’s a problem that I’ve been facing consistently during code reviews. I, personally, can’t ignore incorrect indentations, and often when I found one, I keep looking for them….

Glific: my version

By Mohd Shamoon

December 11, 2020

This is a short story of how I, as an outsider, saw Glific get going, evolve and finally start to solve meaningful problems. I’m hoping there must be others who may share the same story. The beginning It was around May 2020, that I first heard of Glific (I think…

Helping the clients by the better approach

By Mohit Gusain

October 25, 2020

In ColoredCow, we all are aligned with the thoughts of solving the problem with technology. For the last few years we are providing tech facilities to the social sector also. From these years, the one major challenge we faced with the social sector to provide the solution under the budget…

Why you should not wait anymore to build an online donation page

By Sambhavna

May 18, 2019

Non-Profits need funds to create impact and successfully run their operations. Organizations use different methods to fundraise but one thing that most social sector organizations still use is the offline method of collecting donations. We wondered why the shift from offline to online fundraising did not take place amongst many…

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