High Productivity With Applications Wikis

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Application wikis allow high productivity for developers and end users. Why?

Application wikis allow high productivity for developers and end users. Why?

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  • 1. High Productivity With Application Wikis
  • 2. about:me twitter.com/jvelo XWiki.org core committer ● Development of platform & products ● Contribs of plugins, extensions & apps XWiki SAS employee ● XWiki Romania team leader ● Customer projects
  • 3. about:xwiki twitter.com/xwiki XWiki.org ● LGPL platform & products ● > 10000 download/year XWiki.com ● 28 people - French, European start-up ● Big-names customers in Europe & US
  • 4. Agenda Application wikis : ➔ High productivity for developers ➔ High productivity for end users save &
  • 5. What is a wiki? in 1999? ● “The simplest online database that could possibly work” (Ward Cunningham) ● Web pages anyone with access can edit, with: • Linking capabilities • Revision history
  • 6. What is a wiki in 2009? ● WYSIWYG ● Enterprise integration (LDAP, Office, rights management, PDF) Knowledge ● Unstructured AND/OR structured data pages Base Editable script runtime! + ● ● Extensible, Integrable (mashups, APIs, apps) Platform ● ...this slide is not enough
  • 7. Use cases
  • 8. Wiki Apps: NOT FOR A Flight Simulator ● A Media Player Real-time/embedded apps
  • 9. Wiki Apps: FOR Document-centric Collaborative apps
  • 10. Wiki Apps: FOR
  • 11. Wiki Apps: why? My Apps
  • 12. Developers say yay How do I implement X, Y or Z? wait... It is there already !
  • 13. Developers say yay ● 10” Document Type + CRUD ● In-wiki scripts ● Java plugins/components ● UI extensions (JS/CSS) ● APIs REST/GWT/XML-RPC ● IDE integration
  • 14. Users say yay How do I perform X, Y or Z wait... I know it already !
  • 15. Demo
  • 16. App Wikis: Future Arnold says: cool ● Annotations ● Real-time collab ● P2P ● Offline ● Mobile ● Semantic
  • 17. Thanks! - Q/A