The interactive Technology Radar (also called TechRadar) describes future technology developments or trends that will impact how makers will create, communicate, organize and might even do business.
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The interactive Technology Radar (also called TechRadar) describes future technology developments or trends that will impact how makers will create, communicate, organize and might even do business.

Its purpose is to provide state-of-the-art overviews of both: 1) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and related applications developed and/or used by The results of this research will help to understand the uses and impacts of CAPS in different contexts, as well as of the Maker movement itself., and 2) maker technology developed and/or used by makers. This will include the relationships and mutual complementary of the two. In this way, it developes forward scenarios and a watching brief of these two technology areas and how they are used by The results of this research will help to understand the uses and impacts of CAPS in different contexts, as well as of the Maker movement itself. and maker communities both respectively and in combination.

Read more here and here.

Installation

Install packages in server and app:

cd tr-host
npm install
cd..

cd tr-app
npm install
webpack

Run app:

cd tr-host
node src/

Docker

If you want to build and run the TechRadar using docker, you can use the following commands for building and running

build:

docker build -t makeit/techradar .

run:

docker run -d -p 8080:80 makeit/techradar

The TechRadar will be then accessible at http://localhost:8080.

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