{{code}} <div class="HOME-box" style=" margin: 20px 0 0 0;" > {image:HOME-illust.jpg} <div class="HOME-body"> <div class="HOME-head"><h2>Welcome to XWiki</h2></div> <p>The XWiki project offers both a generic [platform>platform:] for developing collaborative applications using the [wiki>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikiwiki] paradigm and products developed on top of it. All XWiki software is developed in Java and under the [LGPL open source license>Main.License].</p> </div> </div> <div class="Rbox-container"> <h2>Products and Platform</h2> <div class="R-box-one" > <div class="R-head"><h2><a href="$xwiki.getURL('enterprise:Main.WebHome')"><span class="enterprise">ENTERPRISE</span></a></h2></div> <div class="R-body"> <p>A [fully-featured>enterprise:Main.Features] wiki for the Enterprise. It's also a [second generation wiki>platform:Main.SecondGenerationWiki] offering the ability to install and develop small applications inside wiki pages.</p> </div> </div> <div class="R-box" > <div class="R-head"><h2><a href="$xwiki.getURL('manager:Main.WebHome')"><span class="manager">MANAGER</span></a></h2></div> <div class="R-body"> <p>An application to manage a farm of wikis, allowing large-scale organization and massive scalability.</p> </div> </div> <div class="R-box" > <div class="R-head"><h2><a href="$xwiki.getURL('watch:Main.WebHome')"><span class="watch">WATCH</span></a></h2></div> <div class="R-body"> <p>A social RSS reader allowing groups to collaboratively follow information news and filter it.</p> </div> </div> <div class="R-box" > <div class="R-head"><h2><a href="$xwiki.getURL('platform:Main.WebHome')"><span class="plateforme">PLATFORM</span></a></h2></div> <div class="R-body"> <p>The generic wiki platform offering runtime services for applications built on top of it.</p> </div> </div> <div class="R-box-bottom">[More products and extensions...>Main.Forge]</div> </div> 1.1 Getting Started You can check what [projects built using XWiki>References.WebHome] have done and see all those [happy users>http://www.frappr.com/xwikiusers]. Web sites like [Curriki>http://www.curriki.org] or [Best Ventes>http://www.bestventes.com] are good examples of what can be done with XWiki. To see XWiki in action, you can [download and install>Main.Download] one of the XWiki products listed above or create your own XWiki instance on the [Netcipia Farm>http://www.netcipia.net/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome] that runs on XWiki (it's free and takes only 5 minutes to create a new wiki). If you want to better understand how XWiki works, click above on the product for which you want to know more about. {{/code}}

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