Vanilla is a WikiClone written in REBOL. It is useful for collaboratively working on projects, tracking todo items, managing adresses, and creating Web logs. All page editing takes place in the browser. Vanilla features a simple templating system, a full-featured user and session management system, and an extension architecture for writing simple Web applications in REBOL.
|Tags||Communications Database Chat Office/Business Scheduling News/Diary Internet Web Dynamic Content Site Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version features the debut of the new weblogging tool "Du-jour deux", a revamped comments system, sticky snips, and more.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that deals with some irks you might have stumbled over when you tried to get URL rewriting and/or vanilla-vista to work.
Release Notes: New features include snip attachments, chained spaces, space visualization, easier deployment, and better configuration among loads of others. A multitude of bugs were fixed and the documentation was improved.
Release Notes: This release has universal escaping, "a Year ago"-support in the du-jour weblogging component, session locking for improved stability, improved registration/login handling (even fewer clicks are necessary), store log caching, several new indexing dynasnips (tabular, most recently edited, most popular, to be defined, etc.), a "random-snip" dynasnip, an "alias" dynasnip, and a goto/search box. Template editing in the browser is not a problem any more.
Release Notes: New features include user and session management, a new template system, a significantly updated weblogging application (with calendar and comments), extremely fast backlink generation, and dynasnip caching.