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Wiki builder?

Thread began 7/08/2010 12:55 am by lrawlins367093 | Last modified 7/08/2010 2:10 pm by Eric Mittman | 658 views | 1 replies |

lrawlins367093

Wiki builder?

Hi,

I'm thinking of adding a wiki to my website and wondering what WebAssist tools might do the trick.

Thanks

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Eric Mittman

You could make use of PowerCMS to manage the content of the wiki pages and the pages themselves. You could potentially use DataAssist and Security Assist together to build up a set of pages that are editable by various users. This is a very custom endeavor though and I would suggest that you first create a spec for the web app to define how it should work, then from there you can determine what tools you will need to build out the various parts of it.

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