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Programming language: Go
Latest version: v3.1.2

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README

Documize is an open source modern, lightweight and comprehensive alternative to Confluence.

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.

  • 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

[Documize](screenshot-1.png "Documize")

Latest Release

Community Edition: v3.1.2

Enterprise Edition: v3.1.2

We provide frequent product updates for both cloud and self-hosted customers.

Harvey Kandola, CEO/Founder @ Documize

OS Support

  • Linux
  • Windows
  • macOS
  • Raspberry Pi (using the ARM builds)

Database Support

  • PostgreSQL (v9.6+)
  • Microsoft SQL Server (2016+)
  • MySQL (v5.7.10+ and v8.0.12+)
  • Percona (v5.7.16-10+)
  • MariaDB (10.3.0+)

Browser Support

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Brave
  • Vivaldi
  • Opera
  • Microsoft Edge (v42+)

Technology Stack

  • Go (v1.12.6)
  • Ember JS (v3.10.0)

Authentication Options

Besides email/password login, you can also connect to LDAP/Active Directory or Red Hat Keycloak server.

Dual authentication of LDAP and email/password is also supported.

https://documize.com

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 sales@documize.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.