An open-source, web-based 'multi-up' viewer that supports zoom-pan-rotate functionality, ability to display/compare simple images, and images with annotations.
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mirador banner Mirador is a multi-repository, configurable, extensible, and easy-to-integrate viewer and annotation creation and comparison environment for IIIF resources, ranging from deep-zooming artwork, to complex manuscript objects. It provides a tiling windowed environment for comparing multiple image-based resources, synchronised structural and visual navigation of content using openSeadragon, Open Annotation compliant annotation creation and viewing on deep-zoomable canvases, metadata display, bookreading, and bookmarking.

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Getting Started

Run in Development

Mirador uses node.js and a build system to assemble, test, and manage the development resources. If you have never used these tools before, you may need to install them.

  1. Install Node, if you haven't already (available at the link above)
  2. Clone the mirador repository (if you haven't already done so above)
  3. On the command line, go into the mirador folder
  4. Install all dependencies with npm install. Run `npm start'.

Run Tests

npm test

For more information, see the Docs, submit an issue, or ask on slack.

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