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This is the Windows app named TWiki Enterprise Collaboration Platform whose latest release can be downloaded as TWiki-6.1.0.tgz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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SCREENSHOTS:

TWiki Enterprise Collaboration Platform


DESCRIPTION:

Enterprise collaboration platform with over 400 extensions. Users without programming skills can create web applications. 50,000 small businesses, many Fortune 500 companies, and millions of people use TWiki, with installations of 100,000s of pages. Visit http://twiki.org/ for the open source TWiki.

The TWiki community is focusing on building the best collaboration platform for the workplace. We invite you to GET INVOLVED! More at http://bit.ly/twGetInv.



Features

  • Edit pages with WYSIWYG editor or raw wiki editor
  • Simultaneous editing with conflict resolution
  • Embed images and other objects (videos, Twitter feeds, etc)
  • User profile pages with image uploads
  • Multiple workspaces (one per team or project)
  • Flexible authentication, including LDAP, AD, OpenID
  • Fine grained access control
  • Document management
  • Dynamic content with macros, variables, embedded search
  • Application platform: Use TWiki markup to build workflow applicationss with forms, tables & SQL queries
  • Flexible search
  • Everything under version control, including meta data such as access control settings
  • Page watch feature & e-mail notifications
  • Security: Optional SSL, access control, XSRF protection, responsive community
  • Stylish skin with corporate look
  • Web based administration for users, groups and workspaces
  • Extensive statistics
  • Backup & restore; easy upgrade
  • Load balanced setup possible (deployed at sites with up to 1M+ pages, 20K+ users)
  • Installation: Native install on many OSes; VMware appliance
  • Over 400 extension: Action tracking, barcode generation, blogging, calendaring, charting, conditional text, database access, Extreme Programming tracking, global search & replace, image gallery, LaTeX support, mail into wiki pages, page hierarchy, slideshow presentations, spreadsheet calculations, table editor, tagging, word alias support, XML and XSL transformations, and more.
  • Integration with MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, etc possible


Audience

Information Technology, Financial and Insurance Industry, Science/Research, Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop, Engineering


User interface

Web-based


Programming Language

Perl, JavaScript


Database Environment

Flat-file, Proprietary file format


This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/twiki/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.