Don't lose your waykipedia

An experiment with the History API to track your wikipedia browsing

Built using JavaScript, HTML5, Canvas, CSS3, XMLHttpRequest

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This is a demo for the Mozilla Dev Derby using the History API to track your browsing of wikipedia, inspired by xkcd's The Problem with Wikipedia.

You can click the links in the articles, and use the back and forward buttons on your browser.

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  1. migochen2929 said,

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  2. Cool API said,

    Very nice!!! I would like to see similar tracking tree feature (perhaps as an add-on) for normal web browsing, where the user can specific the start and end points. I and many others have gotten lost in the web jungle after clicking on links in subsequent webpages.

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