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1 1  1 Developer's Guide
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6 -XWiki is a [second generation wiki>Main.SecondGenerationWiki] that provides all the basic content management and administration features of common wikis, but with much more. XWiki takes the wiki approach to a whole new level by providing enhanced features and capabilities. With XWiki, you can build simple applications, extend the platform with custom plugins, or even build complex Web applications.
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9 9  If you are interested in participating to the XWiki project development itself or in building it from sources, you should refer to the [Community space>Community.WebHome].<br/>
10 10  You still have a question? [Subscribe to the mailing lists!>Community.MailingLists]
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8 +XWiki is a [second generation wiki>Main.SecondGenerationWiki] that provides all the basic content management and administration features of common wikis, but with much more. XWiki takes the wiki approach to a whole new level by providing enhanced features and capabilities. With XWiki, you can build simple applications, extend the platform with custom plugins, or even build complex Web applications.
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15 15  1.1 Development Topics
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17 17  The following guides will help you understand how to build applications on the XWiki engine primarily through the XWiki user interface using content documents, classes, properties, objects, Velocity scripting, and Groovy Scripting.

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