Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

Kayuda: Dojo based Mind Map

Category: Dojo, Showcase

Kayuda is a new web based mind map tool that makes it easy to create and share your maps.

The application has been released as an early alpha, and is based on Dojo. Create a map and play around with it. It performs really well, and feels Pipes-y.

Kayuda Mind Map

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:30 am

3.3 rating from 32 votes


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oh man, i wish they share with us the source code, it will be so much more helpful. Really got give props to them, very well designed. I only wish I can use something like this in my own software.

Are there any open source diagram framework in javascript that we can merge into their party software?

Comment by Liming Xu — March 22, 2007

maybe my connection is lagged – or this is just horribly slow. “Negotiating route to host…hang on, this firewall is a tough negotiator.”

also its not open source? i think i’ll stick with something mroe minimal (implementation wise) like or JSViz

Comment by carmen — March 22, 2007

I waited for a full minute to load and it didn’t do a damn thing.

Comment by joe — March 23, 2007

Good thaught, but of no use… takes hell lot of time to load.

Comment by Anubhav — March 24, 2007

Don’t listen to the above comments – this site is great and well designed and runs well on a 5 year old computer. The guys above are probably running on the original Altair computer.

Comment by joe — March 24, 2007

doesn’t work, it get stuck and is horribly unusable both with Firefox 2 and IE7. Doen’t seem like a winner

Comment by alex — March 24, 2007

Has anyone actually gotten this to work? It gets stuck on some random loading message probably written in an attempt at humor. I wonder if the entire site is a joke?

Comment by erlando — March 24, 2007

Liming Xu – Come chat with us. We’d be interested in hearing what kind of collaboration you’re thinking of.

As for the rest of you guys who can’t seem to get it running: Powerful software takes a minute to load. It would be more helpful if you submitted proper bug reports to us than posting random comments.

As for us not being opensource, that’s not quite true. Right now, we’re concentrating on getting a company up and running that makes money to pay salaries. The entire devteam is very opensource-focused and we intend on returning many of the improvements we’ve made back to the components we use, including Dojo.

Comment by Rob Kinyon — March 25, 2007

Safari isn’t supported.

Comment by scott — March 26, 2007

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