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Welcome to the <strong>Folger's Miranda Digital Asset Platform Developer Portal.</strong> This portal has been created to help technical (and technical-leaning) folks learn how to interact with the platform's APIs, data import processes, and learn more about how the platform itself works.  
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Welcome to the <strong>Behind-the-Scenes Portal </strong>for the Miranda Digital Asset Platform<strong>.</strong> To explore Miranda, visit '''[https://collections.folger.edu collections.folger.edu]'''.  
  
All of the Platform code will be linked here, and it will be perfectly usable for anyone who wants to examine it or learn from it. However, we regret that we cannot provide technical support for other installations of the Portal besides [http://collections.folger.edu the official site].  
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This portal documents the human and technical development processes that make the Miranda project possible. The Miranda prototype was made public in fall 2017, with an alpha release in May 2018 and a beta launch in January 2019. The grant period concluded at the end of February 2020. We will continue to update the platform throughout 2020 and beyond.  
  
The code repository for the Miranda [https://github.com/ParsonsTKO/FolgerMirandaClient prototype client] and the [https://github.com/ParsonsTKO/FolgerMirandaServer prototype server] is hosted on Github.
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This portal contains information about what is currently available on the Miranda platform and outlines some of the work completed throughout the project. For technical (and technical-leaning) folks, there is also information on how the platform itself works, how to interact with the platform's APIs, and the platform's data model. 
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The code repository for Miranda as well as the 2017 Miranda prototype is [https://github.com/parsonstko available on Github] under the MIT License. Our primary technical partner is [https://parsonstko.com ParsonsTKO]. We regret that we cannot provide support for other installations of the platform outside of [http://collections.folger.edu the official site]. 
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The Miranda project is made possible with generous support from the [https://www.mellon.org Andrew W. Mellon Foundation]. Miranda is a work in progress. We would love to hear your comments, questions, and ideas. Send us a note at miranda@folger.edu - we look forward to hearing from you.
  
 
== Table of contents ==
 
== Table of contents ==
 
* [[Introduction to the platform]]
 
* [[Introduction to the platform]]
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* [[What's in Miranda: Content Types|Platform contents]]
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* [[International Image Interoperability Framework|International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF)]]
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* [[My Shelf]]
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* [[Topics and Stories]]
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* [[Taxonomies]]
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* [[Data model]]
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* [[The Miranda API]]
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* [[Advanced search]]
 
* [[Technical Architecture]]
 
* [[Technical Architecture]]
* [[Data model]]
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* [[Licensing Agreements]]
* [[Taxonomies]]
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* [[Team]]
* [[Elasticsearch API]]
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* [[Advisory committee]]
* [[GraphQL API]]
 
* [[Schema microservice]]
 
* [[Reporting Bugs]]
 
* [[Keep up with developments (Join our mailing list)]]
 
* [[Development Roadmap]]
 

Latest revision as of 12:59, 17 June 2020

Welcome to the Behind-the-Scenes Portal for the Miranda Digital Asset Platform. To explore Miranda, visit collections.folger.edu.

This portal documents the human and technical development processes that make the Miranda project possible. The Miranda prototype was made public in fall 2017, with an alpha release in May 2018 and a beta launch in January 2019. The grant period concluded at the end of February 2020. We will continue to update the platform throughout 2020 and beyond.

This portal contains information about what is currently available on the Miranda platform and outlines some of the work completed throughout the project. For technical (and technical-leaning) folks, there is also information on how the platform itself works, how to interact with the platform's APIs, and the platform's data model.

The code repository for Miranda as well as the 2017 Miranda prototype is available on Github under the MIT License. Our primary technical partner is ParsonsTKO. We regret that we cannot provide support for other installations of the platform outside of the official site.

The Miranda project is made possible with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Miranda is a work in progress. We would love to hear your comments, questions, and ideas. Send us a note at miranda@folger.edu - we look forward to hearing from you.

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