WIKI
    BY

ROYAL KINGS

         PRESENTED BY
         BABU ALAPATI.
         VENU MADHAV. D.
         SHIRISH SREEKANTH...
What is WIKI?

 WIKI is a piece of server software that allows
  users to freely create and edit web page
  content using...
HISTORY OF WIKI

                A WIKI is a word taken from
 Hawaiian language , in that the word WIKI
 refers to ‘FAST’....
WHY WIKI?

            Wiki is fully editable websites, are easily
 accessible, require no software and allow its
 contrib...
PRINCIPLES OF WIKI

The main principles of WIKI are
 Open
 Incremental
 Organic
 Mundane
 Universal
 Observable
 Un...
APPLICATIONS OF WIKI

 Simple office software.
            -word processors
            -online spread sheets
           ...
MERITS OF WIKI

 Easy access – very convenient.
 Easy to view others work.
 Fast download.
 Signature and time stamp f...
DEMERITS OF WIKI

 Simultaneous editing.
 No ‘new message’ or ‘new modification’ alert.
 Limited HTML functions.
 User...
CONCLUSION

 The idea of the WIKI, were willing to embrace
  and generally found it easy to use.
 The simplest online da...
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  1. 1. WIKI BY ROYAL KINGS PRESENTED BY BABU ALAPATI. VENU MADHAV. D. SHIRISH SREEKANTH. PRADEEP KUMAR .K. PREETHI ADDLA.
  2. 2. What is WIKI?  WIKI is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit web page content using any web browser.  WIKI supports hyperlinks and has simple text syntax for creating new pages and cross links between internal pages.
  3. 3. HISTORY OF WIKI A WIKI is a word taken from Hawaiian language , in that the word WIKI refers to ‘FAST’. It is a interactive web site, which is a specialized web server generating dynamic pages from the results of visitors edit. It was discovered and developed by Ward Cunningham in 1993 for the purpose of being used as a composition system.
  4. 4. WHY WIKI? Wiki is fully editable websites, are easily accessible, require no software and allow its contributors, in this case students, to feel a sense of responsibility and ownership. Students are used to the WebCT based university Easy-learning environment .A full analysis of the results is presenting that wikis are recommended for improving the platform in an effort to employ wikis and utilize them to their full and absolute potential.
  5. 5. PRINCIPLES OF WIKI The main principles of WIKI are  Open  Incremental  Organic  Mundane  Universal  Observable  Unified and Tolerant.
  6. 6. APPLICATIONS OF WIKI  Simple office software. -word processors -online spread sheets -presentation tools  Project management. -video editing  Point - of - sale.
  7. 7. MERITS OF WIKI  Easy access – very convenient.  Easy to view others work.  Fast download.  Signature and time stamp facility.  Relaxed environment.
  8. 8. DEMERITS OF WIKI  Simultaneous editing.  No ‘new message’ or ‘new modification’ alert.  Limited HTML functions.  User interface.  Unintuitive login – sends user back to main page only.
  9. 9. CONCLUSION  The idea of the WIKI, were willing to embrace and generally found it easy to use.  The simplest online data base that could possibly work.
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