XWiki provides fine-grain access to virtually every element through an API that is based on HTTP semantics, i.e., a RESTful API. In this post you will find all the details to take advantage of this API and interact with it from Java or Groovy using Apache HttpComponents 4.x.
The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 8.1 final. This release brings an upgrade to the Java 8 runtime, a new Tips panel that replaces the old Quick Links panel, Extension Manager improvements and LDAP avatar synchronization.
Last Thursday we had our Bug Fixing Day #103. We've managed to close 3 bugs (2 real fixes) with 3 participants. We are still at -135 bugs behind the 1 year period.
Brabantia has been using the XWiki software mostly within their IT department. Its members are able to share information, procedures, use cases or best practices within their department as well as the other departments of the company.
- “10+ years of experience w/ @confluence & I must say, I'm hard pressed to find anything that I need there, that @XWiki does not provide.”
- , General Manager
- “I've been a follower of XWiki [...] have tried pushing it on anyone considering confluence; it's one of the few open source projects that I know of that actually has more features and work in it than most of its commercial counterparts”
- , CEO of CT-Unlimited
- “We've been pleased and impressed with the power and flexibility XWiki has provided. Everything we've wanted to build with our wiki-based product been possible due to XWiki's well planned architecture.”
- Mike Hoolehan, CTO @