While we call Banana Dance a wiki because it allows for simplified syntax, it's more like an "all-in-one" website builder that can easily handle full HTML. The program is extremely flexible, allowing you to employ it in a number of diverse ways. We've outlined some of these below:
Product Manuals and Wikis
Use of wiki themes that includes effective use of categories, tagging, and custom callers to create dynamic and highly functional documentation.
- Member Guardian Product Manual (http://help.memberguardian.com/)
- ppSD2 Product Manual (http://www.ppsd2.com/manual)
- Campaign Junky Product Manual (http://www.campaignjunky.com/Help/)
- Might & Magic Heroes 6 - Age of Heroes (http://heroesofmightandmagic.com/heroes6/)
- Tradingeye Wiki (http://dev.tradingeye.com/)
- ROPIdb (http://wiki.ragmar.com/)
- Meswada Wiki (http://wiki.meswada.com/)
- Spokane Ham Radio Club (http://spokanehams.com/)
Create and Manage a Website
Create and manage an entire website.
- Ascad Networks (http://www.ascadnetworks.com/)
- Campaign Junky Ad Tracking Software (http://www.campaignjunky.com/)
- Member Guardian (http://www.memberguardian.com/)
- Vision Exports (http://www.vision-export.com/)
- Banana Dance (http://www.bananadance.org/)
Corporate Information Repository/Project Notes and Collaborations
Create a place for your employees or team to quickly and easily share notes and files related to a project. Use access controls to control who posts what and where.
- None yet.
Q&A community websites
Allow members to register, post questions, and get answers from the community, like Stack Overflow does. Use the badge and point system to encourage participation!
- None yet.
Tagging, commenting, and categorized categories all make it a good solution for creating a blog
- Ascad Networks Blog (http://blog.ascadnetworks.com/)
How do you use it?
Let us know and we'll include you in the above list!