Get to know
Apparently, there are lots of
ordinances that are being violated
without people knowing it.
This ranges from security to
How could they know
such ordinances exist?
Make them know the
ordinances in the the most
relevant and easiest way
LIA stands for Location, Information,
Once they get to see their neighborhood on
the map, information about the ordinance
comes in. Thus, they take action.
Relevant: Each ordinance is placed
in a location where most violations
happen, thus it becomes relevant to
Accessible: You can access LIA
from either your desktop or through
your tablet device.
HTML5-Compatible: LIA is using UIKit , one of the
latest HTML5 Frameworks available; and LeafletJS ,
friendly interactive maps. This means that LIA can be
viewed using modern browsers available on the
Fork-able: LIA is under the MIT License , which
means you can make your own LIA for your specified
neighborhood. We have a simple development guide
which will help you to do so.
Latest Ordinances section – We'll list
down the latest set of ordinances that we
gathered with our tabulators and turn
them into visual data.
Mapping – As we aim to be relevant to
each community, our map displays an
ordinance where most of the violations
Who are we?
We're a team of students
from Cainta who aims to
help to prosper the startup
culture in our humble
Twitter / GitHub: assortex