Mirror Island

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Mirror Island

Share ideas and files quickly and easily.

Mirror Island is an adaptive network that changes its behaviour depending on the content being displayed and leverages the semantic web to make this possible. Target uses range from everyday note taking and communications including photo and video sharing, to ecommerce and resource management features. It has multiple network-enabled components including a multimedia player, file manager, and text editor, although the website itself, mirrorisland.com is the web front-end of this network. Features a visual editor that allows photos and files to be attached like an email, but publicly visible.



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16 November 2018

Leaders and contributors

Sam and Janis Allen (Samjanis)Primary Author and Developer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Official GitLab repositoryDownloadhttps://gitlab.com/samjanis/mirrorisland
Users and Developers - Live versionHomepagehttps://www.mirrorisland.com/

Software prerequisites

Required to usePHP
Required to useMySQL


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