माइंडटच डेकी

विकिपीडिया, मुक्‍त ज्ञानकोशातून
ह्या लेखाचा/विभागाचा इंग्रजी किंवा अमराठी भाषेतून मराठी भाषेत भाषांतर करावयाचे बाकी आहे. अनुवाद करण्यास आपलाही सहयोग हवा आहे. ऑनलाईन शब्दकोश आणि इतर सहाय्या करिता भाषांतर प्रकल्पास भेट द्या.

प्रारंभिक आवृत्ती २५ जुलै २००६
सद्य आवृत्ती १०.०.४ (नोव्हेंबर १५, २०१०)
प्रोग्रॅमिंग भाषा पीएचपी, सी#
संगणक प्रणाली क्रॉस-प्लॅटफॉर्म
भाषा अनेक
सॉफ्टवेअरचा प्रकार विकी
सॉफ्टवेअर परवाना ग्नू जीपीएल, अपॅचे परवाना
संकेतस्थळ मुक्तस्रोत आवृत्ती
व्यापारी आवृत्ती

माइंडटच डेकी हे एक आंतरजाल-आधारित सहयोग, विकी सॉफ्टवेर व मॅशप प्लॅटफॉर्म आहे. त्याचे दोन भाग पडतात: फ्रंटएंड (पीएचपीमध्ये लिहलेले) व एक एपीआय (सी# मध्ये लिहलेले). डेकी फ्रंट-एंड व बॅक-एंड हे ग्नू जीपीएल परवान्याअंतर्गत वितरित झाले आहेत तर ड्रीम सर्व्हिस लेयर अपॅचे परवान्याअंतर्गत प्रकाशित झाले आहे. त्यामुळे ते मुक्त-स्रोत व मोफत सॉफ्टवेर बनले आहे.

MindTouch packages some proprietary connectors on top of the open source edition to provide a commercial version of Deki, currently branded 'MindTouch 2009', which is commercially supported.

As of 5 February 2009, Deki was the 2nd-ranked project on the open source hosting site SourceForge, where it was Project of the Month in May 2008.


MindTouch originally developed Deki as a fork of मीडियाविकी, replacing wikitext with XHTML, adding a WYSIWYG editor, adding page and file search using Lucene, adding page hierarchies, and wrapping it all in a new UI.

For the "Hayes" release in July 2007, the backend was completely reimplemented in C#, resulting in an API built as web services on top of the new Dream server and toolset.

The most recent major release, "Lyons" (release in March 2009), and the associated commercial version MindTouch 2009, introduces push notifications on content change, key/value properties on page, user and file objects, and the "JEM" (Javascript Events & Messages) framework, which provides event coordination and message passing. JEM integrates with the jQuery library and PageBus, a JavaScript event and message bus, to build rich internet applications.


डेकी एपीआय[संपादन]

Deki differs from other wikis by decoupling the frontend and the business logic. The web frontend interacts with the services via a REST API. This separation means that users can easily interact with the wiki in any language of their choice, using a web services architecture. The Deki API is commonly deployed, and fully supported on लिनक्स using Mono, as well as Windows on the .NET framework.

Each wiki page is automatically exposed as an XML Web Service, which can be operated on using standard HTTP verbs.

ड्रीम तंत्रज्ञान[संपादन]

The Deki API is built on a service layer called Dream (Distributed REST Application Manager), a REST framework for building web services on the .NET platform..

वेब फ्रंट-एंड[संपादन]

The most common interface to the Deki API is its PHP frontend. This frontend provides users with a full-featured wiki, built using a WYSIWYG editor.

इतर फ्रंट-एंड[संपादन]

Other frontends to the Deki API available in the form of "connectors"; a Desktop Connector allows publishing from Microsoft Windows, while an Outlook Connector allows publishing of documents from Microsoft Outlook. A plugin for Microsoft Word is under development. An open-source iPhone interface named DekiMobile was released in November 2008.

मुख्य भाग[संपादन]

Content authoring[संपादन]

All information in Deki pages is stored as XML, rather than wikitext. Pages are edited using a GUI editor, and can be manipulated as an XML web service. The frontend supports embedding rich media and has a built-in image gallery.

Deki supports internal and external authentications. Permissions can be applied to individual pages or page hierarchies.


माइंडटच डेकीमध्ये डेकीस्क्रिप्ट नावाची पूर्ण स्क्रिप्टिंग भाषा आहे. DekiScript, a light-weight, interpreted programming language, allows users to add dynamic content to wiki pages. It can be embedded directly into wiki pages or used in XML extensions.


DekiScript is inserted using double curly braces. Hello World can be written easily:

{{ 'Hello World' }}

Dynamic content can be added using DekiScript functions. this example will display the name of the current user, and the text of the current day (e.g. Wednesday):

Hi {{ User.Name }}, it's {{ Date.DayName(Date.Now) }}.

वेब २.० व मॅशप[संपादन]

A primary benefit of MindTouch Deki is the ability to use DekiScript to perform mashups. The open source edition of Deki ships with extensions allowing connection to over 100 web services, including systems such as Dapper Archived 2009-02-05 at the Wayback Machine., Flickr, Google Maps, Windows Live and Yahoo.

A commercial license enables features such as connectors to SugarCRM, Salesforce, LinkedIn, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Access.

LinuxInsider describes this feature as "let[ting] site admins rope in applications -- legacy systems, CRM and ERP apps, databases and Web 2.0 tools -- and hand them over to business users to create mashups, templates, dynamic reports and dashboards."


Multi-language support (named polyglot by MindTouch) allows hosting content in multiple languages on a single site. Language can be specified by user, site, section and pages, adapting the UI to the specified language. Search is available across all languages and results are prioritized by the user’s default language. MindTouch cite the 8.05 release of Deki as the first polyglot application on the web.


Deki is available as a package for Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora, CentOS, and SUSE, in both open source Archived 2009-03-05 at the Wayback Machine. and commercial editions. The source code is available for each release on Sourceforge, and a public SVN repository is available Archived 2011-07-14 at the Wayback Machine..

Users of the Commercial edition are also offered a Windows Installer (.MSI) package.

A popular deployment option is a VMware virtual machine; the VMware appliance is certified.

Public deployments[संपादन]

One of the highest profile deployments of Deki is at Mozilla's developer wiki, where over 25,000 pages were migrated from MediaWiki to Deki.. Deki also powers WhoRunsGov.com, a community site launched in January 2009 by the Washington Post.