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Integrate Wikidocs and let your customerscustomers work together on the same content, at the same time
and see changes as they appear. No hassleNo hassle with "Re:Re:Re: review", locking , merging or markup.
Simply collaboratecollaborate! Create faster and better together :)
Let customers collaborate in real time with friends and colleagues. Build content, create, edit share - all at once. They will be more productive, and never, ever wait for hours for someone to send you the 'latest version, with changes'.
Do you have HTML docs? With Wikidocs, you can turn them into live, real time collaborative docs in minutes. Web based tools and apps can now offer real time collaboration: project tools, editors, notes, meeting notes, ...
Wikidocs is extendable and works with major WYSIWYG editors such as Aloha Editor, CKEditor, wysiHtml5, tinyMCE and all plain HTML elements (incl. contenteditable) out of the box.
Integrate Wikidocs in less than an hour in your web application.
Wikidocs works with major WYSIWYG editors out of the box.
<script src="//cdn.wikidocs.com/lib/wikidocs.min.js"></script> <div id="contenId-123" contenteditable="true">Write here</div> <script> // accessToken is a JSON Web Token generated on your server var app = WD.App(accessToken); var con = document.getElementById('contentId-123'); app.Document('/contentId-123').bind(con); </script>Get started
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