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  • 1. PRESENTATION ON WIKI BY FABULOUS FOUR
    • KRISHNA MOHAN GUNDAVARAPU
    • JAYESH NARANI
    • ANIL KUMAR TODU
    • PUVVADI KISHORE
  • 2. Wiki-Definition “ 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 a simple text syntax for creating new pages and crosslinks between internal pages on the fly” -WARD CUNNINGHAM
  • 3. EVOLUTION
    • Wiki was first designed and
    • developed by Ward cunnigham in 1995
    • The first Wiki site was developed for portland pattern repository which creates web pages using pattern languages
    • The word wiki was named after the wikiwiki(quick) shuttle that runs between terminals in honolulu airport
    • WikiWikiWeb was the first site to be called a wiki
  • 4. Need of Wiki
    • While creating web pages for intranet, it was difficult for the web developers to link pages,navigate and edit them because no other technology was adapted then except using basic htmls
    • Wiki supports all the features of editing linking,navigating and even supports creating new pages by users which it acceptable and adaptable since then
  • 5. Features of Wiki
    • Editing web pages
    • Linking and creating pages
    • Navigating
    • Information on pages will be accurate and dynamic
    • Information is safe and secure thus allowing integrity of data
  • 6. Access levels of wiki
    • There are certain levels
    • Of working access in wiki
    • Only the people working with the project can access wiki
    • Communication through links by embedding them in the common collaboration pages
    • Open to people to view and edit
    • All these access permissions
    • can be done trough proper
    • Authentication
  • 7. Types of Wikis
    • There are several types of wikis based on the scripting language you choose to create the web page
    • The most commonly used scripting wikis are java based, java script
    • based, perl based,
    • php based,p2p wikis
    • Php wikis are used
    • on server systems and
    • p2p wikis are used to
    • connect web pages to
    • external web pages
  • 8. Importing data and Hyperlinking
    • Data Importation is one of the key feature of wiki thorugh which we can get data from external source.
    • eg:if user need a piece of information from wikipedia s/he can access and get the info to your web page.one example of this is Universal Wiki converter which imports and converts the data into the format required
    • Using wikis we can also connect to the web pages that’s out of our domain by using hyperlink technology
    • eg:if the user wants to visit google s/he will be automatically redirected by clicking the link which is embedded in the web page
  • 9. Transparency in wikis
    • Transparency is a key feature which allows communication among web pages and their collaboration
    • Transparency means a system after change’s been made supports its previous framework changing its internal behaviour for which the change is made
    • In general transparency is making the change invisible and allowing the user access to the facility for which the change’s done
  • 10. ADVANTAGES OF WIKI
    • OPEN EDITING
    • ITS EASE TO ACCES AND EDIT WEB PAGES
    • CAN KEEP TRACK OF ALL THE
    • UPDATIONS MADE
    • PEOPLE CAN COMMUNICATE FROM DIFFERENT LOCATIONS
    • NON TECHNICAL USERS MAY
    • ALSO EASILY ACCESS
    • AND EDIT THE WEBPAGES
  • 11. DISADVANTAGES OF WIKI
    • ITS OPENNESS may give a chance to each and every one to edit thus resulting in non integration of data
    • No programming can be done on wiki pages
    • Unstructured
    • Its flexibility cause information disorganised
  • 12. CONCLUSION
    • WIKIS ARE VERY GOOD AND QUICK IN COMMUNICATION WHEN COMPARED TO EMAIL COLLABORATION in a corporate intranet