Open source software is about collaboration (more eyeballs checking that code!). Wikis are all about collaboration. So it'll come to no surprise that we try to leverage existing technologies and partner with others instead of reinventing the wheel.
If you would like to partner with us, please contact Marc Laporte
. We are very interested in adding more features. For example, a lonely developer or a development team has a very specific feature. Once integrated in Tiki, this developer(s) can continue to further enhance the feature without having to worry about "transversal features" like templates, user system, etc... Tiki offers an excellent general development environment and a friendly community.
Tiki partners with the following technologies:
The coolest DHTML calendar widget
is the most popular DHTML Calendar. It can work as a popup calendar or a flat calendar (flat means it's always displayed in page).
is a feed creator for currently 9 different output formats: RSS0.91, RSS1.0, RSS2.0, PIE0.1, MBOX, OPML, ATOM0.3, HTML, JS.
Graphviz is open source graph visualization software.
stands for "HTML and WML hybrid adapted Webserver" and is a PHP-based toolkit to create universal mobile applications. Please see: http://mobile.tiki.org
Morcego is a 3D graph browser that allows users to view and navigate any graph-like structure. Examples: social networks, site maps, hierarchy or genealogy trees, etc.
PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
phpCAS is a simple interface to Central Authentication Service for PHP web applications.
Smarty is a template engine for PHP. More specifically, it facilitates a manageable way to separate application logic and content from its presentation.
is the world's largest Open Source software development web site, providing free hosting to tens of thousands of projects.
Extending the art & spirit of PHP, Zend Framework
is based on simplicity, object-oriented best practices, corporate friendly licensing, and a rigorously tested agile codebase
Please also see: http://mods.tiki.org/