JAMWiki supports almost all the features found in MediaWiki, the engine Wikipedia runs on.
Here are some key features of "JAMWiki":
· Supports the majority of the MediaWiki syntax set.
· Use of HTML is supported, with an administrative option available to enable/disable this feature.
· Support for MediaWiki templates.
· User signatures.
· Category support provides a way to tag articles.
· References support.
· Wiki namespace support.
· Image and file support to allow uploading and embedding.
· Automatic resizing of embedded images.
· Inter-wiki link support.
· Sub-page support of the form "Parent/Child".
· Section Editing allows editing of small parts of a page.
· Editing toolbar provides shortcuts for wiki syntax entry.
· Preview functionality allows edits to be view before being committed.
· Automatic table of contents generation.
· Edit conflicts are automatically detected, and a split screen interface allows for resolution.
· Topics can be easily renamed using the "Move" tab.
· "What links here" tab for all topics.
· Ehcache integration to improve performance.
· Lucene integration for out-of-the-box full-text search.
Setup and Administration:
· Layout customizable through a wiki CSS topic.
· The wiki syntax parser functions through plugins, allowing different wiki syntaxes to be automatically supported.
· Setup is web-based and can be completed in a matter of minutes.
· An external database is not required - a pre-configured version of the file-based HSQL database is included in the default distribution. For large sites an external database is recommended.
· Licensed under the open-source LGPL license.
· Virtual wikis allow creation of separate wikis within a single application instance.
· Full versioning, revision history, and side-by-side diff support.
· Recent changes
· RSS for all diffs.
· User watchlists allow tracking changes to selected articles.
· User contribution links provide capability for viewing all changes contributed by any user.
Security and Access Control:
· Support for read-only and admin-only page editing on a page-by-page basis.
· Support for fine-grained permissions, allowing anonymous users, logged-in users, or specific users to view, edit, move or otherwise access wiki content.
· Regular expression based spam control.
· rel=nofollow support
· Integration with the Spring Security framework.
· Translations for over 15 languages/locales, and new translations can be easily added to local instances using the Special:Translation web interface.
· Full UTF-8 support
· Automatic plural linking for English wikis.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This release is a minor release that contains only bugfixes.