The "Wiki Game," where two or more players attempt to get from one Wikipedia page to another by following the links embedded in the article. This currently requires each player to manually look through each Wikipedia page.
This project was originally concieved as Team 19's final project for COMP20, Web Programming at Tufts University. This original team had 4 members: Joel Reske, Toby Glover, Raina Galbiati, and Ashley Smith - making a demo of the working game as our final project. Afterwards, as the major collaborators on the project, Joel and Toby decided to continue work together. After rebuilding much of the codebase and doing a total redesign, Wilikinks was relaunched on wikilinks.io. The original version can still be seen at comp20.wikilinks.io.
After cloning, install both production and dev dependencies. If you have not used browserify in the past, install it globally to be used from the command line
npm install -g browserify
Once browserify is installed globally, you can create a build from the code you've changed by running
npm run build
After building, you can run locally using
(Note that you will still need an active internet connection and mongod running locally)
- Basic Functionality
- 'Share' feature implemented through SendGrid
- Search bar in link list for easier link navigaiton
- Randomize game creation feature
- Previous games list
- Graph of competition
- Game instructions and footer
- Redesign from new wireframes
- Browserify implementation for dackwards compatability
- Server side rendering of react pages, using react-router
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