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|Mashup example from Qonnections 2015|
|A repository for data visualization links. Purposefully not exhaustive, but rather for visualization inspiration.|
|Bookmarkit||2||7 years ago||CSS|
|Bookmark Organization and Visualization Tool!|
#Bookmark It! Web app & Chrome extension ###by Kevin Corso, Jacob Crofts, Ronny Ewanek & Lars Johnson
We had a great time working on this and while we are all proud of the results so far, it is still very much a work in progress (hence this fork). In fact, we have plans to refactor and improve on the original product in many ways. If you are interested in learning more or taking this further in any direction, we encourage you to fork this repository and get in touch with us.
Technologies that were new to us:
Installation and setup of the application
S3_BUCKET_NAME=yourbucketnamegoeshere AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=yourawsaccesskeyidgoeshere AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=yourawssecretaccesskeygoeshere
Bundle Installfrom the command line.
Running the application
First open at least 3 terminal windows and start each server as follows:
redis-server be sidekiq rails server
To launch the application, direct your web browser to
Stopping the application
control-c in each of the 3 server windows to stop all 3 servers
You may also wish to kill any background tasks which may have been queued up by flushing Redis.
Installing the Chrome Extension
Original Chrome Extension source code:
Original 8-Day Final Project results:
Bookmark It! Subsequent development fork