Make your wiki public, completely private or a mix of both. Scalable Whether it's on a tiny Raspberry Pi or on a high performance VM in the cloud, Wiki.js intelligently make use of the available resources.
Responder (2.0.3 released 2019-10-20) is a web service framework, that lets you easily serve a ASGI app, with a production static files server pre-installed, jinja2 templating (without additional imports), and a production webserver based on uvloop, serving up requests with gzip compression automatically.
Aug 15, 2006 · Introduction and aims of this paper. Recent years have witnessed a growing interest in the latest generation of Web-based collaborationware (also known as Web 2.0 tools), namely wikis, blogs and podcasts, as evidenced by the growing number of publications on the subject [1-17], and the many examples of online health-related professional and educational services that have adopted the use these Web-Based Application: A web-based application is any program that is accessed over a network connection using HTTP, rather than existing within a device’s memory. Web-based applications often run inside a web browser. However, web-based applications also may be client-based, where a small part of the program is downloaded to a user’s desktop, A hallmark of collaborative work is that it improves as more people use it and this approach underlies wiki-based learning. It is based on the idea that within any enterprise, a great deal of knowledge exists among the members.
Similar to SaaS applications, Open SaaS is a web-based application that is hosted, supported and maintained by a service provider. While the roadmap for Open SaaS applications is defined by its community of users, upgrades and product enhancements are managed by a central provider.
A web-based OS is a system where all the applications and data his held on the internet. The operating system is essentially like any other operating system except that it runs out of a browser.