mindmaps is a prototype of an HTML5 based mind mapping application. It lets you create neat looking mind maps in the browser.
- 100% offline capable thanks to ApplicationCache
- Stores mind maps in LocalStorage
- Canvas API draws the mind map
- FileReader API reads stored mind maps from the hard drive
Try it out
The latest stable build is hosted [here] (http://drichard.org/mindmaps).
Although the application runs fine if you launch
/src/index.html, be aware that this is just the DEBUG mode for development. In debug mode quite a lot of output is sent to the console, ApplicationCache is deactivated and all script files are served individually and uncompressed.
If you plan to host the application please build it properly by running the build script. In order to build the application yourself you need to have node.js and a couple of modules installed.
- [jake] (https://github.com/mde/jake):
npm install jake
- [wrench-js] (https://github.com/ryanmcgrath/wrench-js):
npm install wrench
- [uglify-js] (https://github.com/mishoo/UglifyJS):
npm install uglify-js
Then run the jakefile:
cd /build jake
The finished build will appear in /bin.
All you need is a web server for static files. Copy all files from /bin into your web directory and
launch the app with index.html.
Make sure your web server serves .appcache files with the mime type
text/cache-manifest for the application to
be accessible offline.
In Apache add the following line to your .htaccess:
AddType text/cache-manifest .appcache
In nginx add this to conf/mime.types:
mindmaps is licensed under AGPL V3, see LICENSE for more information.