The samples can be installed on your own Elvis server in the same way as plug-ins if you want to demonstrate them with your own content.
We encourage you to download the samples and customize them. They can provide a good starting point to build your own interfaces and apps on top of Elvis.
All the samples are open-source and licensed under the MIT license so you can use the code in your own projects and change it as much as you need.
How to contribute
We encourage everyone to share and contribute improvements or new samples with the Elvis community.
If you have experience with Git and GitHub it is very easy to make contributions. You can fork the code, make your changes and then send us a pull request so we can incorporate your improvements.
If you don't have experience with Git, you can just email patches or zip files to us and we will include them in the samples.
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