Wakanda Community Edition
Wakanda Community Edition is an open source, free and multiplatform web-based broad platform for all types of developers. It comprises of three main components: the Wakanda Ajax Framework, the Wakanda Server and the Wakanda Studio.
Features at a glance
Key features include data model designer, GUI (Graphical User Interface) designer, code editor, debugger, directory editor, solution manager, as well as support for the Git version control system.
On the other hand, Wakanda Studio features z-Index control, the ability to duplicate an existing theme, copy and paste between pages, shortcuts to access the Widget List, Vimeo and HTML5 extensions via the Video widget, and community themes.
Supports all mainstream web browsers
Wakanda is a cross-browser software that has been successfully tested with a wide variety of web browsers, among which we can mention Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Google Chrome, Chromium and Internet Explorer.
The software is supported an all mainstream operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. While Ubuntu is officially supported with native installers, universal binary packages are provided for other distributions.
Wakanda Community Edition vs Wakanda Enterprise Edition
Besides the Wakanda Community Edition product reviewed here, an Enterprise edition of Wakanda is also available for purchase on the project’s website (see link below for details). There are important differences between the two products, which can be viewed at a glance on the project’s homepage.