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This is a port of EtherCalc, a collaborative spreadsheet editor.
Note: Despite the similar names, Etherpad and EtherCalc are not related.
draw.io is an advanced diagramming application with native Sandstorm integration. The non-Sandstorm version synchronizes with external storage like Dropbox or Google Drive, but the Sandstorm version stores directly to your server.
A “kanban” board similar to Trello that let you organize things in cards, and cards in lists. It supports most features you can expect (labels, comments, markdown formatting...) and is built on Meteor. Sandstorm is officialy supported by the development team so no port was needed.
You can write markdown on the left, and preview your presentation on the right.
A port of Lychee, an open source image management tool. Upload, manage and share photos like from a native application. Lychee comes with everything you need and all your photos are stored securely.
A port of GitLab, an open source alternative to Github.
A port of Groove Basin, a music library and player. Groove Basin not only plays music, but also allows multiple clients to collaboratively control a single stream.
Apache Wave (nee Google Wave) is a real-time collaborative communications... thing. You can type stuff and watch your friends type stuff in real time. You can reply to things. You can attach images. You may never quite figure out what to do with it, but it sure is cool!
In all seriousness, Wave is basically a collaborative document editor with inline comments and threading of those comments. It's great for, say, design discussions, where you have an overall design doc and lots of little things to discuss within it.
This is a port of Etherpad, a collaborative document editor.
A port of IPython Notebook, a web-based interactive computational environment where you can execute Python code, plot graphs, render equations, and more.
A port of WordPress, a blogging platform and probably one of the most popular open source web apps in existence. With this app, you can publish your blog to any domain you control.
A port of Ghost, a beautifully-designed blogging platform. Use Ghost in Sandstorm to edit your blog, then publish it to any domain you control.
A port of ShareLaTeX, a collaborative LaTeX editor, used for typesetting scientific papers. Stop installing arcane tools to compile LaTeX; use this Sandstorm app instead.
A port of Tiny Tiny RSS, an RSS feed reader. Since it's a Sandstorm app, it won't disappear. An Android client app is also available; see the app preferences for more details.
A port of MediaGoblin, a Free Software federated media publishing platform. An alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc.
Note: Due to limitations in the Sandstorm alpha, we currently have disabled video and atom feeds. These features will be enabled later.
This is a port of Mailpile, an e-mail app.
Note: Mailpile is still in beta. See our blog post about it.
This is a port of Roundcube, an e-mail app.
This package also bundles Dovecot, an open source IMAP server. We automatically set up Dovecot behind the scenes to work with Roundcube; you don't need to worry about it.
A port of Hyperbotics' implementation of The Game of Y, a strategy board game. The goal is to connect all three sides using pieces of your color before your opponent does. See Hyperbotics' analysis of the game.
This game was ported as a demonstration of the meteor-spk tool for trivially porting Meteor apps to Sandstorm.
"The Game of Y" is a trademark of Kadon Enterprises, Inc., used by Hyperbotics with permission.
A minimalist platformer game with checkpoints, replay, and collaboration. A port of duoludo.
This is a port of Meteor Blocks, a simple Voxel-based scene editor written in Meteor. This app is mostly a tech demo, but serves as an example of how easy it is to port Meteor apps to Sandstorm.
A little game / tech demo. The objective is to define every English word as an acronym of other words. The app is notable in that it is written in Rust directly against the low-level Sandstorm API, thus avoiding the need for an HTTP server.
Also try David's shared instance.
A very simple front-end to a Busybox shell. Can be used to poke at the Sandstorm sandbox.
This is the "Todo List" example application that comes with the Meteor development tools. The only changes were to remove some user interface elements for login.