Have you ever had the feeling that your head is not quite big enough to hold everything you need to remember?
Welcome to TiddlyWiki, a unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organising and sharing complex information.
Use it to keep your to-do list, to plan an essay or novel, or to organise your wedding. Record every thought that crosses your brain, or build a flexible and responsive website.
Unlike conventional online services, TiddlyWiki lets you choose where to keep your data, guaranteeing that in the decades to come you will still be able to use the notes you take today.
The TiddlyWiki is the best software I've ever found for organising my ideas.
It's well worth spending an hour or so playing with it to see how it can help you. This will be time well-spent and will change how you think and how you organise your ideas.
Joe Armstrong, Co-inventor of Erlang
TiddlyWiki gets a Gearhead rating of 6 out of 5 (it's that good).
Finding code that works flawlessly after just two or three years is magical enough but after seven years?!
Mark Gibbs, Network World
TiddlyWiki is a rich, interactive tool for manipulating complex data with structure that doesn't easily fit into conventional tools like spreadsheets or wordprocessors.
TiddlyWiki is designed to fit around your brain, helping you deal with the things that won't fit. The fundamental idea is that information is more useful and reusable if we cut it up into the smallest semantically meaningful chunks – tiddlers – and give them titles so that they can be structured with links, tags, lists and macros. Tiddlers use a WikiText notation that concisely represents a wide range of text formatting and hypertext features. TiddlyWiki aims to provide a fluid interface for working with tiddlers, allowing them to be aggregated and composed into longer narratives.
People love using TiddlyWiki. Because it can be used without any complicated server infrastructure, and because it is open source, it has brought unprecedented freedom to everyone to keep their precious information under their own control.
TiddlyWiki was originally created by JeremyRuston and is now a thriving open source project with a busy Community of independent developers.
Further information about specific TiddlyWiki features:
Last but not least, TiddlyWiki is a rare example of a practical quine
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The latest news, articles, resources and examples.
Posted 21 days ago
Embed Reveal.js presentations inside your TiddlyWiki.
reveal.js enables you to create beautiful interactive slide decks using HTML.
With the power of TiddlyWiki and Reveal.js one can…
- …make an interactive tiddler with fancy animations
- …Make it go full screen for professional keynote
- …Distribute the slideshow with examples and additional resources in one HTML file
Posted 10 months ago
TW-Scripts is one of the most comprehensive collections of solutions for Tiddlywiki 5.
- Collected solutions to questions in Tiddlywiki Google groups
- Learn through examples
- Templates, stylesheets
- Wikitext, macros, and snippets
- Tips and tricks
- Search tools
Posted 10 months ago
RegExp in Tiddlywiki contains practical use cases of reular expression in Tiddlywiki.
The regular expression is a way to describe complex search patterns using sequences of characters .
RegExp in Tiddlywiki has four main parts
- Using regular expression to match a pattern in tiddler title
- Using regular expression to match a pattern in tiddler fields excluding tiddler text (body)
- Using regular expression to match a pattern in tiddler body (text field)
- Using regular expression for validation like username, password, etc.
Posted 10 months ago
A collection of articles covering integration with Fargo, Font Awesome and Google Calendar, and tips for managing task lists.
I have become a regular user of TiddlyWiki and have become so accustomed to using Font Awesome icons in Fargo that I wanted to incorporate the icons into my wikis as well.
If you find TiddlyWiki useful, there are lots of ways you can help assure its future and make it better.
Teach and Tell
OpenSource projects like TiddlyWiki thrive on the feedback and engagement of users. TiddlyWiki becomes more useful to everyone as more and more people use it. So, if you find TiddlyWiki useful, spread the word. The best possible way to assure its future is for it to become a hundred times more popular than before.
Help improve the documentation and code
There are many ways you can contribute to TiddlyWiki:
- Writing tutorials
- Contributing to the documentation on tiddlywiki.com
- Making video screencasts
- Curating relevant links, hints and tips on a wiki
The main TiddlyWiki documentation and code lives on GitHub, and welcomes contributions: