Miro App Examples
Welcome to Miro App Examples! In this repository you can find examples of apps built on top of the Miro Developer Platform 2.0.
Make sure you visit our developer documentation to learn more.
- We recommend a Chromium-based web browser for local development with HTTP.
Safari enforces HTTPS; therefore, it doesn't allow localhost through HTTP.
- All examples use
npmas a package manager and
npxas a package runner.
If you prefer, you can install and use equivalent alternatives, such as
- For more information, visit our developer documentation.
Miro Web SDK
The fastest way to bootstrap a new app is by using
To get started, run the following command:
|drag-and-drop||This example shows you how to drag and drop images from your app onto the board.|
|asset-search||This example shows you how to filter and search through assets by name and/or multiple tags.|
|digital-asset-manager||This example shows you how to build a digital asset manager using Bynder's API.|
|connect-firebase||This example shows you how to connect an SDK app to a Firebase backend.|
|stickynotes-to-shapes||This example allows you to select several stickies, click the plugin button in the bottom bar, and replace any selected stickies with shapes.|
|template-builder||This example shows how to create and position on the board multiple widgets of different types and render create custom interfaces in the library.|
|calendar||This example shows you how to add a calendar made with shapes and text for a given month and year.|
|wordle||This example shows you how to create a Wordle-like game using the Miro Web SDK.|
|blob-maker||This example shows you how to create a drag and drop blobmaker using Miro's Web SDK.|
|youtube-room||This example shows you how to sync a YouTube player across multiple users through Socket.IO.|
|python-oauth||This Python sample demonstrates how to implement the Oauth 2.0 authorization code flow in Miro.|
|node-oauth||This Node.js sample demonstrates how to implement the Oauth 2.0 authorization code flow in Miro and make an API request to a Miro endpoint.|
|node-passport-oauth||This Node.js sample demonstrates how to implement the Oauth 2.0 authorization code flow in Miro and make an API request to a Miro endpoint using Passport.js.|
|nextjs-oauth||This app demonstrates how to implement the Oauth 2.0 authorization code flow from Miro into a client side appliction built with Next.js .|
|rest-stickies-csv||This Node.js sample app uses server side rendering (Handlebars.js) to provide a lightweight, CRUD-oriented REST example in the browser for Miro's sticky notes and tags APIs.
It demonstrates a structured > unstructured use case via CSV import, creating Miro sticky notes with tags based on CSV data.
|python-flask-starter||This Python/Flask boilerplate will allow to start using the Miro REST API in a few minutes.
This sample implements the full Miro authorization (OAuth 2.0 with refresh token) flow.
|python-external-oauth||This Python/Flask app shows you how to set up an OAuth 2.0 flow with GitHub.
This sample allows you to log in with GitHub and post some details to a Miro Board.
|enterprise-team-management||This Node.js sample demonstrates how to manage teams and organizations within Miro using Miro's REST API.
Note: This example requires you to have an Enterprise Team account in Miro.
Full Stack Apps
|github-appcards||This full stack example shows how to build an integration with GitHub that syncs data between GitHub issues and Miro app cards.|
|plant-uml||This full stack example shows import Plant UML diagrams into Miro as editable board items.|
If you'd like to contribute your own app or idea, visit our contributing guide to get started.
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