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Documize is an open source modern, lightweight and comprehensive alternative to Confluence and other such solutions.
- Built for technical and non-technical users
- Designed to unify both customer-facing and internal documentation
- Organization through labels, spaces and categories
- No fee-charging marketplace
It's built with Golang + EmberJS and compiled down to a single executable binary for Linux, Windows and macOS.
All you need to provide is PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server or any MySQL variant.
We provide frequent product updates for both cloud and self-hosted customers.
Harvey Kandola, CEO/Founder @ Documize
- Raspberry Pi (using the ARM builds)
For all database types, Full-Text Search support (FTS) is mandatory.
- PostgreSQL (v9.6+)
- Microsoft SQL Server (2016+ with FTS)
- MySQL (v5.7.10+ and v8.0.12+)
- Percona (v5.7.16-10+)
- MariaDB (10.3.0+)
- Microsoft Edge (v42+)
- Go (v1.14.3)
- Ember JS (v3.12.0)
Besides email/password login, you can also authenticate via:
- Active Directory
- Red Hat Keycloak
- Central Authentication Service (CAS)
When using LDAP/Active Directory, you can enable dual-authentication with email/password.
For both Communuity and Enterprise editions, please contact our help desk for product help, suggestions and other enquiries.
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The Legal Bit
This software (Documize Community Edition) is licensed under GNU AGPL v3 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html. You can operate outside the AGPL restrictions by purchasing Documize Enterprise Edition and obtaining a commercial license by contacting email@example.com. Documize® is a registered trade mark of Documize Inc.
Documize uses other open source components and we acknowledge them in [NOTICES](NOTICES.md)
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Documize README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.