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Plugins (3rd party)
- Touch Plugin - support for touch devices (iOS, Android, etc.)
- Offline Plugin - support for working on documents while offline, using your browser's localStorage
- Annotator Wordpress plugin - installs and integrates the Annotator with your Wordpress site. (plugin source code)
- Categories Plugin - assign pre-defined categories to annotation and highlight each with different colors. (There is a pull request pending that is not yet fully integrated (waiting for tests)). This does not work with HEAD for now and requires a full check out of the fork (based on a slightly older fork). plugin source code
- Roundup Plugin - provide some integration with the Roundup ticket tracker . plugin source code
- Margin Viewer Plugin - to display annotations in the margins
- Heatmap Plugin - some heatmap related plugin
- Readmill Plugin - allows you to submit highlights and comments to Readmill
- Drupal module - A Drupal module that integrates Annotator with your Drupal site.
- Annotorious - a plugin that integrates the Annotorious image annotation library with Annotator
- lorestore Plugin - an alternate store plugin that provides compatibility with OpenAnnotation as implemented by lorestore
- Motivations Plugin - allows OA motivations to be attached to annotations
- Prov Plugin - displays OA provenance properties in annotation viewer
- Share-annotator - share text and video annotations using social networks or email
- Geolocation-annotator - set the current user position with HTML5 geolocation to the annotation
- richText-annotator - richText give you the possibility to add rich media (rich text, pictures, movies, sounds, ...) using Tinymce in your annotations
- Symfony-annotator - Symfony Bundle using Annotator and the Store plugin.
- tags-annotator - Allows you to set pre-determined tags with color differentiators as well as let the users input their own personal tags in a tokenized way.
- Panel Viewer Plugin - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - Allows you to view the annotations in a panel in the right side. You can delete, expand, collapse the panel and find annotations.
- OpenVideoAnnotation - plugin to create annotations in video-js using annotator. Project in: openvideoannotation.org
- Annotator Validation Plugin - plugin to validate annotations in editor
- annotator-store - the OKFN's reference implementation of the Annotator Store, used to run AnnotateIt
- roundup fork - provide some integration with the Roundup ticket tracker
- django-mongo-annotator - store based on Python, Django and MongoDB.
- annotator-fluidinfo - Fluidinfo store written in Perl, uses the Mojolicious and Net::Fluidinfo modules
- annotator-php - Annotator store built in PHP (Silex) and MongoDB
- annotator-store-lite - Another PHP implementation of a store, using SQLite; test-driven, Vagrant-ized
- Drupal module - Provides an Drupal based backend-store.
- MIT Annotation Data Store - An annotator-compatible data store written in Node.js + Express.js + MongoDB. Extended by @rsimon to accommodate the Annotorious image annotation plug-in.
- annotator store nodejs - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - An annotator aplication with a nodejs, express.js, socket.io and back store in MySQL. Contains panel annotator plug-in (https://github.com/albertjuhe/annotator_view) and a new categorization plug-in.
- annotator-couchapp - Apache CouchDB and/or Cloudant-based Storage implementation.
- eXanore - an eXist-db library implementing the Annotator Storage API
Who's Using It
- Siyavula - for annotating textbooks
- PaperGrader.org - for annotating and grading academic papers
- AustESE - for annotations in the context of electronic scholarly editions
- Annotation Studio - an annotation tool for teaching and learning in the humanities, from MIT hyperstudio.
- Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - for annotating subjects.
- OpenVideoAnnotation - service for video annotations.
- edX platform - Annotation tools for teaching and learning.
If you'd like to contribute to the wiki you can do so using the GitHub interface or a better way is to check out the Wiki and modify it using a text editor. There's some basic instructions in the Gollum readme.