RADWiki or "Rapid Application Development Wiki" allows you to rapidly create Web applications by using a set of functionality plugins and "gluing" them together in a wiki. The goal of RADWiki is to make design and layout and localization as easy as writing a wiki page.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Wiki|
Release Notes: This release featuers a login dialog (required by the Edit, page Setup, and Settings pages), a user administration plugin, contents shortcuts on the edit page, effects markup (folded text, pop-up), OneApp style (portal mode), page attachments, support for attachments in albums, and an AutoTable plugin. Many defects were fixed, though there are still problems with appearance in Internet Explorer. Currently Firefox is the only recommended browser.
Release Notes: This version features a page revision system that keeps a configurable number of versions of a page, a plugin (and framework) localization system, updated guides for installation, applications, and plugins, improved CSS, a showcase application for all plugins, an auto record plugin, and a plugin administration system. Numerous bugs were fixed.