Advantages of using templates
- Templates help to adhere to layout requirements and result in a uniform look and feel
- Templates facilitate editorial work, because the same elements do not have to be created again and again
Data and forms with Semantic MediaWiki
Semantic MediaWiki (SMW) is a free of charge, open source extension of MediaWiki, which allows you to store and retrieve data in BlueSpice. In this context, we speak of semantic or structured data, which is often prepared in a tabular format and is entered into the wiki via “semantic forms”.
Semantic MediaWiki as a fully-fledged framework:
In combination with other extensions, Semantic MediaWiki is also a fully-fledged framework to expand BlueSpice into a powerful and flexible knowledge management system. These extensions cover everything from assisting users with data entry, visualizing data (in formats such as maps, calendars, and graphs), importing and exporting SMW data, and using SMW for workflow purposes.
Data export? No problem!
All data created in Semantic MediaWiki is easily exported or published so that other systems can use this data seamlessly.
Semantic MediaWiki know-how:
We provide you with the necessary know-how in our Semantic Training and Semantic Workshop. Alternatively, we are happy to develop input forms and interfaces to existing databases if you prefer.
BlueSpice is a brand of Hallo Welt! GmbH, a worldwide leading provider and consultant for MediaWiki solutions.
Our company was founded to make the technology and concepts of Wikipedia usable for companies. Since 2007 we have been developing the knowledge management platform BlueSpice based on the open source software MediaWiki. With our growing team of more than 20 employees, we offer companies an enterprise software for the implementation of integrated management systems, documentation systems, organization manuals, intranet wikis and flexible knowledge bases. We ensure that your wiki project is professionally planned, implemented and maintained. Let’s wiki together!