BioLadder.Org 0.5

An interactive and Open Source Tree of Life viewer and Wiki written in PHP/JavaScript
BioLadder.Org - Viewing information and images of Compsognathus
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BioLadder.Org is an open source web-based software implemented in PHP and JavaScript, designed from the offset to allow users to explore the evolution of life. It also features a Wiki based on the popular MediaWiki application.

The BioLadder.Org Viewer and Wiki

In other words, BioLadder.Org is a web application designed for the visualization of the evolutionary Tree of Life. You will be able to see how life evolved, navigate the tree up and down, as well as to watch, how amphibians change into dinosaurs, then into birds.

Actually, BioLadder.Org comprises of two different projects, the BioLadder.Org Viewer described above, as well as the BioLadder.Org Wiki, which is exactly what the name suggests, a simple Wiki app forked from the highly acclaimed MediaWiki software.

Supported on all modern web browsers and OSes

Both the BioLadder.Org viewer and the BioLadder.Org Wiki application have been tested with various modern and popular web browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Chromium, Goole Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari.

Being web-based applications, BioLadder.Org Viewer and Wiki are independent of an operating system, which means that you can access it from any computer or mobile device. It has been successfully tested on Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, BSD and Solaris OSes, as well as on Android and iOS mobile devices.

Reviewed by , last updated on December 15th, 2014


price:
FREE!
homepage:
code.google.com
license type:
GPL v3 
developed by:
Kyle Thayer
category:
ROOT \ Education
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What's New in This Release:
  • This version is organized into clades and adds a Search option.
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BioLadder.Org is an open source, platform-independent and freely distributed web-based application that has been desig...

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