Chrome Tab Collections and Groupings

  1. Learning to Code with AI

    • Introduction to Programming with AI

    • AI-Enhanced Coding Tutorials and Resources

    • Code Writing and Text Processing with AI

  2. AI Core Technologies & Development

    • AI Core Technologies

    • Large Language Model Development

  3. Requirement Definition & Planning

    • Defining Requirements & Use Cases

    • App Flow and Architecture Visualization

    • AI-Driven Development Environments

    • Automating Workflows with AI

  4. AI Visualization & Design Tools

    • Architecture & System Design

    • AI-Assisted Diagram Creation

    • 3D Modeling and Printing

    • Interactive 3D Applications

  5. Testing, QA, and Deployment

    • Testing and QA with AI Tools

    • Deployment Strategies and Best Practices

  6. Chatbot Development & Integration

    • Chatbot Frameworks & Tools

    • Data Sovereignty & Privacy

    • Open-Source AI Tools

    • AI Industry News & Social Media

  7. AI-Enhanced Web Development

    • AI-Driven Web Development

    • Documentation & Archiving with AI

    • Reference & Tutorials

    • AI in Business & Marketing

    • AI Programming Resources

  8. AI News & Cultural Impact

    • AI Industry News

    • AI's Sociopolitical Impact

    • Updates on Bard and Other AI Technologies

  9. AI Development Community & Resources

    • AI Research & Development Updates

    • AI Toolkits & User Guides

    • Community-Driven AI Development

Setup HTML

Create the basic structure of the HTML document:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
     Resources Mind Map</title>
    <!-- Put your stylesheets links here -->
    <!-- Mind map will go here -->


Define the CSS styles for your mind map (either in a separate .css file or within a <style> tag in the head of your HTML document). You'll need to style the nodes, edges, and any interactive elements. For simplicity, here's an example of one way to style it using inline CSS:

  .mindmap {
      font-family: 'Arial', sans-serif; 
      display: flex;
      justify-content: center;
      align-items: center;
      flex-direction: column;
  .node {
      border: 1px solid #ccc;
      padding: 10px;
      margin: 5px;
      text-align: center;
  .subnode {
      margin-left: 20px;

Create Root

Insert the root node of the mind map:

<div class="mindmap">
    ="node" id="root">AI Resources, Technology, and News>

Add Branches

Create the main categories (branches) of the mind map as child `

` elements. Use classes to help with styling and identification:

<div id="learning" class="node">Learning to Code with AI>
<div id="coreTech" class="node">AI Core Technologies</div>
<div id="testing" class="node">Testing, QA, and Deployment</div>
<div id="chatbotDev" class="node">Chatbot Development & Integration>
<div id="industryNews" class="node">AI Industry News & Social Media</div>

Add Leaves

For each branch, add subcategories (leaves) by nesting more `

elements within each category. These can be styled additionally with asubnode` class or similar:

<div id="learning" class="node">
    Learning to Code with AI
    <div class="subnode">Introduction to Programming with AI>
    <div class="subnode">AI-Enhanced Coding Tutorials and Resources</div>
    <div class="subnode">Code Writing and Text Processing with AI>
<!-- Repeat for other branches -->

Make Interactive

To make the mind map interactive, you may use JavaScript to add functionality like expanding/collapsing nodes or highlighting. Here's a simple example using inline JavaScript:

  document.querySelectorAll('.node').forEach(node => {
    node.addEventListener('click', function() {
      // Define what happens when a node is clicked

Make sure to define the 'active' class and the desired behavior in your CSS and JavaScript, respectively.

Test & Debug

Before importing it into your website, open your HTML file in a browser and test the interactivity. Debug any issues with the layout or functionality. Right-click on the page and use 'Inspect' to troubleshoot specific elements.

Import to Site

Once you're satisfied with how the mind map looks and works, integrate it into your website by copying the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into the appropriate sections of your website's codebase or use an `<iframe>` to embed it as a standalone feature.

Primary and Sub-categories List for AI Coding Mind Map

Introduction Section

Tutorials and Resources

Code Writing and Processing

AI Core Technologies & Development

Requirement Definition & Planning

AI-Driven Development Environments

Architecture & System Design

Testing, QA, and Deployment

Chatbot Development & Integration

Data Sovereignty & Privacy

Open-Source AI Tools

AI Industry News & Social Media

AI-Enhanced Web Development

AI in Business & Marketing

AI Development Community & Resources