After a few weeks of downtime, I finally got myself together to put the site up again. It is still lacking in some respects due to the incompatibility of the new and previous Angular versions, but most functions are operational again.
Please feel free to experiment with it, and use the issue tracker to report any bugs found!
For the time being the database layer of the mindweb is down. I don’t currently have the few hours required to fix the service, so it will be down for a while!
Today I created some advanced features for the Mindweb application.
I mainly worked on the task management interface. Now the views can be changed using the sidebar. Beside the originally developed tree view, the task view with different groupings are available, the same way it’s available in FreeplaneGTD plugin.
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There are times I have to write a longer article, document, or prepare a presentation, where I have no idea how I’m going to get my thoughts structured. This is where document outliner tools come handy.
My primary goal when creating the Mindweb application was, to create a tool for managing my GTD system. As it’s based on standard mindmap functionality, there is no reason not to use it as a document outliner.
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I am quite behind with the blog posts, planned for these days.
This article will serve as a placeholder to keep the ideas that could not get into a proper article.
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As I detailed in the last article about my little side-project, for creating a web-based mindmap/task management application, I have gone through several architecture design stages. What that article doesn’t mention, is the amount of refactoring it took in the modules themselves, to reach a working prototype.
I’ve created an issue tracker to allow users to report issues, add feature requests about the Mindweb web based, freeplane compatible collaboration tool!
The issue tracker is available here.
Please share your ideas for development!
This is the eleventh article in the attempt to form a blogging habit
This is the initial announcement of the availability of the first working version of a HTML 5 based freeplane viewer/editor.
I’ve been using Freeplane quite heavily, and it always caused a headache, that there is no way of accessing my maps from my phone or tablet. The only viewer available used Java applet, which is not even available on the desktop browsers anymore.
That’s what brought this project to life, and the roadmap is even more exciting for both Freeplane fans, and GTD practitioners.
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