The Valuenator demo is a version of Valuenator that stores its data locally in your browser. Data are stored persistently, so you can reload the demo page or restart your browser without losing data.
The demo has all of the core features of the online version.
The demo version has some limitations:
- Because data are stored in your browser, you can’t collaborate with other people. You also can’t view data from multiple browsers.
- Searching in the demo is a little different than in the online version. The demo searches for features and tasks using simple substring searches, while the on-line version uses a language-aware full-text search engine.
- It requires a modern web browser. It is known to work with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. Desktop browsers are required to drag tasks between states.
To run the demo, open the following URL:
This will take you to a board with some sample features.
See the Valuenator documentation for information of using Valuenator.
You can try the online version of Valuenator for free during the beta period.
The goals of the beta are:
- Get feedback
- Find out what resources are needed to run Valuenator.
To request beta access, fill out the beta request form:
When we’re ready, we’ll get back to you with instructions for getting started.
As with the demo version, the on-line beta requires a modern browser, such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari.
Valuenator is open-source¶
Valuenator is open source. You can check it out from github and run it yourself, however this will be a lot easier later. For example, email support is limited now to either not sending email or sending it using AWS Simple Email Service and only email and password authentication is supported now. Other options will be added over time.