Data, Frameworks, Plugins & Others

We have simply put the puzzle pieces together.

Special gratitude goes to all those who have made their frameworks, plugins and other data or content available for free use.

Without the subsequent numerous open source components and provided content, the NearbyWiki project would never have come into being. Thank you for your outstanding work, generosity and tireless commitment!

The following publicly available components were used for our project:

First of all

Voluntarily provided Wikipedia-Content such as pictures, knowledge and more, which are used under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) License.

The Map

The map was realized using Leaflet, the JavaScript framework for interactive maps by Vladimir Agafonkin and made available under BSD-2-Clause License, as well as data from OpenStreetMap and all hard-working contributors under the Open Data Commons Open Database-Lizenz.

Further implemented enhancements

More great people and open source projects

We made use of the impressive Google Fonts selection for Fonts and Icons.

jQuery, the fast and rich JavaScript library from OpenJS Foundation is provided to us under MIT License. We would like to highlight the following extensions:

Furthermore, we employed the popular Bootstrap framework for mobile-first projects, provided by its great team under MIT License.