In my last annual review I left hinted to release the source code of Mileagify as open source. Well, the day has come.
What is MileagifyJS & why should I use it?
So If you are working on a routing app or just interested in some function, check out.
Why open source? Why GitHub?
I think it is the best step due to I don’t pretend to continue developing it and maybe my release would be helpful to someone.
I also think GitHub is a good place for share a public repository 😛
What do you exactly release?
All that I can 🙂 As you can see in the repository at GitHub:
lib folder, you will find:
mileagify.js – the own library with comments
mileagify.min.js – the same library without comments and minified, for the best performance (4.0kb)
examples folder, you will find:
1.html – Some functions without render
2.html – Render routes from Los Angeles to New York including directions
3.html – Embedded online demo (you can also see the source code)
test folder, you will find more than 30 tests using Jasmine.
What about the app & domain mileagify.com?
Will still work until mid April 2014. After, I will release the domain but the app will continue available at the same demo URL (continue reading)
Sure! Check davidburgosonline.com/mileagify