This is a pretty good mindmap app. It beats freemind, perhaps not in features, but because it is online editable. However, as a developer and sysad, I can say that the documentation is abysmal. I can figure out how to use the user interface just by playing around and that's about the only documentation available. I'm interested in running mindmup standalone. There's no real Q&A forum, AFAIK. I'm not proficient in Ruby yet, so there's a problem. I have too many questions to get started, so this might not be the place. The documentation is abysmal and mindmup won't work on my devel server. Here's just one example:
"To run offline, set the environment variable OFFLINE to true, and run the setup_offline.sh script in the root folder to download all the dependencies to /public/offline. This enables development and testing without an internet connection."
Ok. Just what does mindmup consider to be true? Any developer should know that it could be "true", true, TRUE, 1, nonzero, nonempty, etc. Bash, JS, PHP... they all have different concepts of trueness and string comparisons are just a hack. Above that verbiage, you talk about a .env config file. There are no examples of where to get the values. Like everyone has a Google Drive, Dropbox, and/or S3 account. I want some of the maps stored offline and I really don't know if it's safe to give minmup access to a Google Drive account or how one can restrict mindmup to just one directory.
So then, setup_offline.sh runs without error, but the public/offline folder is empty. foreman start throws errors, despite following the readme.md instructions. And the test script in test/ throws 5 errors with no explanation of what to do.
So where can I find answers to questions other than how to make a node pink?
I have the same feelings.
I've installed mindmup, mapjs and static.mindmup to a external server. But setup_offline produces nothing for me either. Image are empty.
And I search a way to save maps on the server side without S3, google or other NSA partner...