The Guardian Developers

Open Source

We at the Guardian try to be as open and transparent as possible. That means developing in public repositories where anyone can see our work. You can explore our source code on GitHub.

What we work with

Languages

Frameworks

Tools

There are plenty more where these came from, but they are good starting points. And if you want to see our code in action…

Here’s 10 recently updated repositories:

  1. toolargetool

    (779 stars - updated 20 May 2022 )

    A tool to help you debug TransactionTooLargeExceptions on Android 7+

  2. riff-raff

    (257 stars - updated 18 May 2022 )

    The Guardian's deployment platform

  3. typerighter

    (203 stars - updated 12h ago )

    Even if you’re the right typer, couldn’t hurt to use Typerighter!

  4. consent-management-platform

    (19 stars - updated 19 May 2022 )

    Guardian consent management

  5. security-hq

    (12 stars - updated 18 May 2022 )

    Centralised security information for AWS accounts

  6. guardian-configuration

    (10 stars - updated 19 May 2022 )

    The Guardian's configuration library

  7. master-to-main

    (8 stars - updated 18 May 2022 )

    A CLI tools written in TS to automate updating a GitHub repository master branch to main

  8. janus-app

    (8 stars - updated 18 May 2022 )

    Google-backed AWS account access

  9. commercial-core

    (4 stars - updated 16h ago )

    Guardian advertising business logic

  10. self-assessment

    (4 stars - updated 20 May 2022 )

    📈 Tax doesn't have to be taxing