GitHub commit tree visualization tool
GitHub commit tree visualization tool, which can do that in two modes: simple horizontal tree and random unarranged tree
Please do not try the example repo
torvalds/linux! Just do not try any repos that have more than 900 commits! That will crash the app and you'll get back to the main page!
Open our website and write repo name in "owner/repo" style. Check or uncheck the checkbox as you like and begin! Now it'll show your commit history for all branches. Click on a circle to open it on GitHub :D
request.js, vis.js, jQuery, express.js
Great job. Simple but pretty :)
I really liked the visualization they provided but I think more options would have been amazing
Fun but would love to understand the structure of the visual graph better...
I love the idea of extracting useful data out of git commit history, and the simplicity of this tool makes it very easy to use. However, I think it's quite similar to github's "network" visualization, and would be even better with some commit metadata on each graph node via a tooltip
Pretty cool visual. What's the purpose? Other than just a neat way to see a repo as lines and dots? :)
Good: Ability to print arbitrary tree in a different way on the screen.
Improvements: A low hanging fruit is to change the default entry to a repo with less number of commits. Ideally, we should make it not crash. It is not a comparatively innovative entry because a lot of good git tools including GitHub itself does this very well.
Overall good job!
Good one !!.. Great use of vis.js and github API.. voted for your entry
Nice work! Sorry to hear the commit count was giving issues.
Interesting use of vis.js