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these guides are designed to demonstrate the use of the APIs and data featured on libraries hacked. where code is involved, this will always be made available on the github repository.

encryption, library catalogues, and security testing

| encryption | HTTPS | penetration testing | security |

how seriously are UK public libraries taking web security, and how can it be tested?

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creating an RSS feed from IP data

| JavaScript | scripting | XML | RSS |

use google apps scripts to make use of IP weekly list data

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making interactive web charts with Highcharts

| JavaScript | Highcharts |

linking to CSV data to quickly publish live charts on the web.

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public libraries and indices of deprivation

| GIS | SQL |

analysing the 2015 indices of deprivation data with relation to lower layer super output areas and the location of libraries

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colouring-in open data maps

| GIS | colouring |

british national bibliography smartwatch app

| JavaScript | SPARQL | PebbleJS |

creating data driven dashboards

| JavaScript | DCJS | D3 |

library consultation data analysis

| mapping | JavaScript | web services |

use google apps scripts to schedule notifications

| JavaScript | scripting | XML |

turning RSS WordPress posts into tabular data

| JavaScript | jQuery | AJAX | YQL |

extracting link data from twitter searches

| JQuery | JavaScript | JSON | SQL |

YQL and global library stats

| JavaScript | XML | JSON | SQL |

book search auto-complete

| HTML | JavaScript | jQuery | JSON |