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Category: Network
Subcategory: Wiki
Platform: Cross-platform
License: MIT
Interface: Web-interface
First release: July 14, 2013

Mobiki – a small open source wiki engine licensed by MIT, implemented in PHP. It is optimized for use with bandwidth-limited mobile devices and for fast delivery of HTML5 content. Mobiki is small, simple and easy to modify.

You can edit pages from your phone as easily as you can on your computer. Even if there is only one stylesheet, Mobiki works on any output device and also has an additional printout showing only the contents. It has a very limited feature set, but supports search, hashtags, and provides an RSS feed for use with aggregators. It’s more like a small CMS.

– Do simple things in a simple way (KISS)
– Simple Wiki-Markup with hashtag-support
– Validated HTML5 and CSS3 output
– Uses exclusively UTF-8 character set (✌✿♥)
– News page with newest additions and corresponding RSS feed
– Every Page has a description for better SEO.
– Login for editing secured by password
– Mobile first – smartphone optimized screen
– Can link to images, other hypertext pages, mail adresses
– Will autosize images for easy readability on the specific screen
– Has a nice and easy understandable default template and stylesheet
– It is mobile friendly

The last version of Mobiki was released in 2016.

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