- 1 Comprehensive Overview of Wiki Platforms
- 1.1 Commercial Wiki and Collaboration Platforms
- 1.2 PHP-Based Wiki Platforms
- 1.3 Java-Based Wiki Platforms
- 1.4 Python-Based Wiki Platforms
Comprehensive Overview of Wiki Platforms
This page provides a detailed overview of various wiki platforms, categorized by their underlying programming language, as well as notable commercial wiki and collaboration tools.
Commercial Wiki and Collaboration Platforms
Confluence by Atlassian is a widely used commercial team collaboration tool. It integrates seamlessly with Jira and other Atlassian products, making it ideal for project management and software development teams.
Microsoft SharePoint is a robust enterprise collaboration platform from Microsoft. It offers extensive document management and collaboration features and is deeply integrated with the Microsoft Office suite.
Notion is a versatile workspace platform that combines notes, tasks, wikis, and databases. It is known for its flexibility and user-friendly interface, making it popular among teams for knowledge management and project planning.
Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) includes Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, which can be used collectively as a collaborative tool for teams. It's known for its real-time collaboration features and seamless integration with other Google services.
PHP-Based Wiki Platforms
MediaWiki, the software that powers Wikipedia, is a highly popular PHP-based wiki platform known for its robustness and extensive features.
PhpWiki is a simple yet versatile wiki software written in PHP, reminiscent of the original WikiWikiWeb.
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual, tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware written in PHP.
Java-Based Wiki Platforms
JSPWiki is built using Java technology and is popular for its robust performance and scalability. JSPWiki information
XWiki is a powerful wiki platform written in Java, known for its extensibility and a wide range of features including a powerful scripting engine.
Though primarily PHP-based, DokuWiki has been popular in Java environments due to its simplicity and ease of integration.
Python-Based Wiki Platforms
MoinMoin is an advanced, easy-to-use, and extensible WikiEngine with a large community of users. It's written in Python and has a clean and modular architecture which allows for advanced customization.
Trac combines a wiki with issue tracking and version control integration. It's a preferred choice for software development projects and integrates seamlessly with Subversion and Git.
For a wiki solution within the Django web framework, consider Django Wiki. While a specific Wikipedia page for Django Wiki may not exist, you can find more information under the Django web framework. Django Wiki information
Though not exclusively Python-based, TiddlyWiki is a highly versatile and unique wiki platform. It can be used standalone or integrated with Python backends for enhanced functionality.
PickyWiki focuses on simplicity and ease of use. Its minimalist approach makes it an ideal choice for those seeking a straightforward wiki platform.
WikidPad is a standalone application rather than a web-based wiki. Written in Python, it offers a unique personal wiki notebook experience for desktop users.