Yes, one line.
It's so easy that anyone (including your grandma 👵🏻) can write a program that works with MediaWiki.
Not convinced? Try out the examples.
<dependency> <groupId>org.fastily</groupId> <artifactId>jwiki</artifactId> <version>1.8.0</version> </dependency>
Build and publish (install) jwiki on your computer with
./gradlew publishToMavenLocal -x signMavenJavaPublication
Please create a new issue for bug reports and/or feature requests.
- Simplicity - Complex objects and functions are abstracted into the background so that anybody, regardless of Java experience, will be able to use jwiki.
- Speed - Network calls, local computation, and memory usage are optimized and minimized, so as to enhance performance and reduce overhead.
- Succinctness - Complex API actions can be performed in jwiki using one line of local code consisting of simple objects and primitive types.