Scalable, secure, cross-device and enterprise-ready team collaboration tool for distributed teams
We are seeing quite a few startups and hackathon teams using Miro to sketch their ideas together, and it's a really well engineered product.
However, it is proprietary and closed-source - though there are some open source components on their GitHub repository, linked in the Source. Here are a couple of open source alternatives to Miro:
- OpenBoard is a cross-platform (Linux / Windows / macOS) interactive whiteboard application. It is currently maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the Canton of Geneva in Switzerland.
- Lorien is a desktop infinite canvas drawing/note-taking app that is focused on performance, small savefiles and simplicity. It is actively developed and we hope might one day have a Miro-like multiplayer mode.
Miro Apps Examples
In this repository, you can find types for Miro SDK and several simple examples.
|automate-user-management||This example explains how to add and remove members
from your team, based on data from an external source.
|github-issue-importer||This example shows how to import issues from GitHub
to a board with custom fields using Miro API.
|sample-app||Handy playground for playing with Miro Board API and Web-plugins.|
The fastest way to bootstrap a new app is by using
|drag-and-drop||Custom Icons Set with drag and drop on the canvas.|
|buttons||This example shows how to restrict buttons visibility.|
|extra-notes||Save custom data for widgets in LocalStorage|
|importer||Convert text list to stickers|
|looking-glass||You can see readable text of the widget in the sidebar
without zooming in.
|rtb-sticker-pack||This example shows how to drag&drop external resources
into the board
|stickers-to-shapes||You select several stickies, click plugin button in the bottom
bar and app replaces stickies with shapes
|template-builder||This example shows how to create and position on the board
multiple widgets of different types and render create custom
interfaces in the library.
|the-noun-project||Another icon library example: shows how to drag&drop
external resources into the board.
|widget-counter||You select several widgets, click plugin button in the bottom bar
and app show number of widgets grouped by type in the sidebar.
|font-awesome||Font Awesome icon library.|
|spreadsheet-sync||This example shows how to sync data on board with Google Sheets.|