What is Quiki?
Quiki is a file-based web engine and server featuring a productive source language, markdown, image generation, categories, templates, and revision tracking.
Quiki is a fully-featured wiki suite and standalone web server that is completely file-based, instead of storing content in a database, each page is represented by a text file written in the clean and productive quiki source language.
Some may consider it also a static generator, as it allows you to convert and export text files to HTML and CSS website that is ready to serve online.
- Offers its own language which is easy to learn and master
- Uses Git as a backend to store pages, attachments and files
- Uses Markdown syntax
- Easy to install, configure and use
- Comes with a built-in straightforward web editor
- Git-based revision and tracking system
- User any editor you like as VS Code, Brackets, Atom, Vim or even Nano.
- Convert and export text files into HTML and CSS websites
(adminifier) Web admin features
- Online page editor with sophisticated autocompletion and fillable forms to generate code
- Ability to view, compare, and revert specific revisions
- Media upload tool
- Server administration panel for managing multiple sites
- Role-based user management for differing authority levels
- Site and server statistics
- Site and server configuration editors
Quiki is written in the Go programming language.
Quiki is released under the ISC License.
The ISC license is functionally equivalent to the BSD 2-Clause and MIT licenses, removing some language that is no longer necessary.