Web interface for the wildlife image analysis system
This is the web interface for Project Felina, a system for crowdsourcing wildlife media for use in computer vision research.
First install Node.js, which is needed for the build tools. This comes with npm, Node's package manager. Then run the following commands to build the site.
The website will then be accessible at
The project is structured as follows:
data/: Contains dummy JSON data
html/: Contains static HTML, both full pages and shared fragments, that are assembled at compile-time.
img/: All images, including sample wildlife photograhy and icons.
stylus/: Stylus stylesheets that are compiled to CSS at compile-time.
templates/: HTML templates with variable placeholders that are dynamically populated with data from the server inserted into the DOM with JS at run-time.
grunt watch to automatically rebuild the site as you develop it. Note, to copy over images and vendor scripts to the build directory you must manually run
make build for performance reasons, but everything else can be automated.
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