I’ve been working on a lot of new skinning features over the last couple months and one of my latest developments is Deki CMS. Deki CMS is a new skin that transforms Deki Wiki into an agile content management system (CMS) and is amazing for individual and collaborative content management.
The current Deki CMS version is the second iteration of the CMS skin which has been powering www.MindTouch.com since September 2007. Since then, we have found that the advanced feature set of Deki Wiki performs excellent as an agile content management system. Here’s a screenshot of Deki CMS highlighting some of its many cool features.
What differentiates Deki CMS from Deki Wiki?
Well, to be honest, not too much, and that’s what makes it so powerful. Deki CMS has 100% of the functionality of Deki Wiki, but it’s only accessible to authorized users, contributors and administrators. Any public or non-authorized user can only see the content, but not edit it.
Does Deki CMS have file revisioning?
How does Deki CMS manage multiple users?
With Deki CMS you can create unlimited users and unlimited user groups which will allow you to manage your website seamlessly. In addition, Deki CMS can also authenticate with LDAP, Joomla, WordPress, or even your own custom authentication provider, allowing you to easily integrate with your current systems.
Can I extend Deki CMS to integrate with my other application and services?
Absolutely, Deki Wiki and Deki CMS are highly extensible interfaces that are built on top of our distributed application platform. This allows you to easily integrate your existing applications for rich content. On top of integrating your existing applications, Deki Wiki has support for over 100 additional extensions to embed rich content directly into every page.
What about files, images, comments, and tags?
Does Deki CMS support templating?
Of course! Deki CMS has an advanced templating system that allows users to create, include and modify templates on the fly. You can also create parameterized templates to display dynamic pages.
Do you have a Deki CMS screen shot?
I certainly do! – Deki CMS highlights.png
If you have any questions please feel free to drop me an email.