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jingo - Node.js based Wiki

  •    Javascript

A git based wiki engine written for node.js, with a decent design, a search capability and a good typography. The aim of this wiki engine is to provide an easy way to create a centralized documentation area for people used to work with git and markdown. It should fit well into a development team without the burden to have to learn a complex and usually overkill application.

TiddlyWiki5 - A self-contained JavaScript wiki for the browser, Node.js, AWS Lambda etc.

  •    Javascript

Welcome to TiddlyWiki, a non-linear personal web notebook that anyone can use and keep forever, independently of any corporation. TiddlyWiki is a complete interactive wiki in JavaScript. It can be used as a single HTML file in the browser or as a powerful Node.js application. It is highly customisable: the entire user interface is itself implemented in hackable WikiText.

outline - 📝 Open source wiki and knowledge base for growing teams. Give it a try:

  •    Javascript

An open, extensible, wiki for your team built using React and Node.js. Try out Outline using our hosted version at www.getoutline.com. This is the source code that runs Outline and all the associated services. If you want to use Outline then you don't need to run this code, we offer a hosted version of the app at getoutline.com.

WoaS - Wiki on a Stick

  •    Javascript

Personal wiki that lives in one self-modifying XHTML containing software, interface and data. Very useful for creating small websites and mantaining notes or todo-lists; completely javascript-programmable, supports encryption and file embedding.




TiddlyWiki - A Reusable non-linear Personal Web Notebook

  •    Javascript

TiddlyWiki is a reusable non-linear personal web notebook. It's a unique wiki that people love using to keep ideas and information organised. It is written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to run on any reasonably modern browser without needing any ServerSide logic. It allows anyone to create personal SelfContained hypertext documents that can be published to a WebServer, sent by email, stored in a DropBox.

TiddlyDesktop - A custom browser for TiddlyWiki, based on nw.js

  •    Javascript

TiddlyDesktop is a special purpose web browser for working with locally stored TiddlyWikis. See http://tiddlywiki.com/ for more details of TiddlyWiki. Note that TiddlyDesktop will not work correctly from a Windows UNC network share (eg \\MY-SERVER\SHARE\MyFolder). You should map the network share to a local drive, and run it from there.

openKB - Open Source Nodejs Markdown based knowledge base (FAQ) app

  •    Javascript

openKB is a Markdown Knowledge base application (FAQ) built with Nodejs and ExpressJS. The application uses an embedded database (nedb) by default but can also use a MongoDB server by changing the config (see below). The application is designed to be easy to use and install and based around search rather than nested categories. Simply search for what you want and select from the results. Note: openKB supports Nodejs version 4.0 and above.

wiky - A Wiki markup to and from HTML converter written in JavaScript (LGPL)

  •    Javascript

A bidirectional Wiki markup to and from HTML converter written in JavaScript.


cms_pico - Integrate Pico and let your users manage their own websites

  •    Javascript

The app cms_pico integrate Pico in your Nextcloud. This will allow your users to create and manage their own websites with address like: https://cloud.example.com/sites/my_site/. The source of the website will be stored in the users' files and the Markdown will be formatted by Pico to generate the pages.Because Pico is using the Markdown format, you should consider enabling the Markdown Editor app.

node-wiki-registry - Turn a Github Wiki page into a package registry

  •    Javascript

Build registries out of Github wiki pages like Clib or Component.

wiki-plugin-datscript - a federated wiki plugin for datscript

  •    Javascript

This plugin, type: datscript, extends the markup of the federated wiki.

howto - read and publish programming guides

  •    Javascript

you can also howto pull to fetch content or howto sync for push+pull.howto is a wikidb instance. Consult the wikidb (and forkdb) documentation for the rest of the methods not mentioned below.

wiky.js - Wiky.js - a simple Javascript library to convert Wiki MarkUp language to HTML

  •    Javascript

Wiky.js is a javascript library that converts Wiki Markup language to HTML. Include wiki.js into your HTML file. Wiky.js has only one function, which is wiky.process(wikitext).

markdown-wiki - A Bidirectional WikiText to Markdown converter.

  •    Javascript

Simple tool for converting wiki 2 markdown and other way round. Tool expects that you have npm installed on your system.

atom-textual-velocity - :memo: Textual Velocity - Notational Velocity-like note taking for Atom

  •    Javascript

For those of you who used Notational Velocity or nvAlt should feel right at home: it's intended to be an alternative to those applications but with the benefits of the Atom ecosystem. Use the Textual Velocity: Start Session command to get started, the package is lazy loaded.

melkor - Wiki powered by Node.js and Git

  •    Javascript

A simple, fast wiki powered by Node.js and Git. Melkor uses generators - Node v0.11.2+ is required. And ensure you have the Git global user configured.

inline-markdown-editor - An inline wysiwyg markdown document editor based on replacing string subsections

  •    Javascript

An inline wysiwyg markdown document editor based on replacing string subsections. WYSIWYG possible via the woofmark-based PublicLab.Editor. inline-markdown-editor splits up a Markdown-containing string by double newlines into sections, and parses each into HTML, which it displays.

tc39-codex-wiki - New and improved TC39 wiki, built with codex

  •    Javascript

This is the new home of the ECMAScript Wiki, where TC39 works on draft proposals and explanations of ECMAScript Edition 6. The public site will temporarily be at tc39.github.com/wiki. Once it stabilizes, it will replace the official wiki at wiki.ecmascript.org.