Category: Web Apps

Chrome 70 vs Symantec Certificates

Chrome 70 vs Symantec Certificates

Chrome 70 is about to dis-trust a whole lot of certificates So you paid lots of money for a “proper” certificate for your HTTPS website after Google gave non-HTTPS sites a hard time? Well, hopefully you aren’t still using an older Symantec issued certificate as Google (and others) is about to stop trusting those certificates. …

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Doc5 Wiki Available for Download

Doc5 Wiki Available for Download

Slightly behind with this post but I finally have a new release of Doc5 available for download. New features include, Full WYSIWYG editing and no more trying to get used to the markup. (Not that it was difficult but people are used to risch editors these days) Complete redesign of the UI. Bootstrap makes for …

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Doc5 Beta Now in Testing

Doc5 Beta Now in Testing

After many years I have got a version of Doc5 up and available to use. It’s a vastly different wiki app than the previous version and most of the changes have been made in the last 9 months. The last version released for download was a different name and appeared before my son was born. …

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Git Hosting and Issue Tracking

Git Hosting and Issue Tracking

I’ve been looking about for some free Git hosting and found that most options like Github require you to make the code available to everyone. So I was pleasantly surprised to find Bitbucket from those ingenious Aussies at Atlassian. There’s some excellent documentation, the system is easy to use and your first push from your …

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Kisimi: a wiki for normal people

Kisimi: a wiki for normal people

Kisimi is a free and simple Wiki, based on DokuWiki, with more than a few handy features that’s designed to look good and cover the basics. Can’t find Kisimi? The wiki app is now called Doc5 and is available at www.doc5app.com What’s a wiki? Pages in a wiki-enabled web site have the ability to be edited …

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