Generate web wikis with this powerful PHP application that allows you to employ templates and plugins to customize the output resources.
- Version :2015-08-10a
- License :GPL
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Andreas Gohr
Wikis are very popular means of quickly disseminating basic and advanced ideas over the Internet.
From simple discussion forums for the general audience to advanced scientific libraries, these online resources are now very much a part of all our lives.
DokuWiki is a powerful open source package intended to provide developers with the means to create just such elements.
With it, one can create both anonymous wikis, but also resources that require login credentials.
As such, the API can cater to a wide variety of audiences and, in this respect, the source code does nothing to limit the destination of the final product.
Several other features make this development package highly accessible for end-users; for instance, software engineers can load plugins and templates to customize their final wikis, and the 50 or more supported languages ensure resources can cater to most users.
Some other notable features include the simple markup language used by the program, as well as a built-in ‘recent changes’ page.
Page revisions are also counted and adequately logged and XML syndication of recent data changes as RSS or ATOM feeds is also supported.
Administrators can also define spam blacklists and any resource can be locked to avoid data corruption.
The tool supports multiple methods of handling internal or external links and page caching is allowed for quicker rendering of pages.
Any issues that might arise during development can be solved by turning to the comprehensive online wiki and a ‘playground’ module allows software engineers to fully assess the power and versatility of the PHP API.
- Webserver supporting PHP
- PHP 5.3.3 or later
- An Internet browser