Wiki.js is a powerful and extensible open-source Wiki software. Running Wiki.js on Digital Ocean containerized allows auto-updates, the ability to adjust capacity to maintain steady, predictable performance at the lowest possible cost, and 1-click installation to name a few advantages.
Wiki.js runs on virtually any system where Node.js is supported. This means it will run on Linux, macOS, Windows as well as container solutions Docker/ Kubernetes and Heroku.
Don’t have Node.js installed on your system? It’s ok! Skip this requirement, Node.js is included in the Docker image.
The DigitalOcean Marketplace Wiki.js image is a pre-configured environment, made by the developers of Wiki.js, containing everything you need to get started with Wiki.js.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with the following software pre-installed:
As of 05/14/2020:
Wiki.js is still very young and has many upcoming features showcasing its potential for growth. I believe this potential is why DO has added Wiki.js as a 1-click app.
If we ssh into our droplet, we can run docker commands
docker ps -a
docker stop wiki
docker start wiki
For container logs:
docker logs wiki
Wiki.js’s administration area gives you full control over your application.
To navigate to your administration area:
Wiki.js is a powerful and extensible open-source Wiki software that’s young, with strong growth potential. Wiki.js documentation is completely created using Wiki.js. This is a great demo of the capabilities of this software. Wiki.js Docs: https://docs.requarks.io/
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