I came across the TiddlyWiki tool. It is some kind of interactive Wiki opening pages with animation once you clicked a link. It is basically just a very clever JavaScript enhanced HTML-page containing the whole Wiki. You save the page (after allowing the script to do so), upload it to a server and you’re done. The JavaScript is huge. But it feels als simple as the whole Wiki principle itself.

The problem with TiddlyWiki: things may appear at unexpected places. I also don’t think that the principle to open new items on top of the column. It’s an unusual way to navigate a site and so it may not be very intuitive. But it’s a very clever idea with a fancy DHTML implementation.

There are server side implementations as well.

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