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It is designed to run on any modern browser without any server-side requirements, and is highly customisable with an active community of developers and users. It uses only text files for data-storage, and uses most of the traditional wiki syntax methods; including CamelCase, free links, backlinks, and interwiki. TiddlyWiki is released as Free and Open Source (FOSS) under the BSD License.
TiddlyWiki can be used for personal, self-contained hypertext documents that can be posted to any web-server, sent by e-mail, stored on a cloud, or kept on a USB memory stick to create a 'wiki on a stick'.
When clicking on a TiddlyWiki URL from within an existing TiddlyWiki page, it opens a new 'tab' within the same page, called a 'tiddler'. These individual tiddler tabs can be then individually closed, without navigating away from your former page. Members of TiddlyWiki communities, such as users, developers, etc are also colloquially known as a 'tiddler' (similar say to the more recent Wikipedian or Wikian).
- External links
- View a detailed feature list of TiddlyWiki on the WikiMatrix wiki engine comparison wiki-site.
- TiddlyWiki first version — at TiddlyWiki.com
- Tiddler Toddler – an absolute beginner's guide to Classic TiddlyWiki — at TiddlySpot.com
- TiddlyWiki examples — at TiddlyWiki.com
- TiddlyWiki in action – a showcase of TiddlyWikis used creatively around the world — at TiddlySpot.com
- TiddlyVault – an index of TiddlyWiki extensions from http://www.GiffMex.org
- TiddlySpace.com — 'so long, and thanks for all the tiddlers'
- TiddlyWiki Twitter feed (@TiddlyWiki)
- TiddlyWiki/public – live chat — at Gitter.im