How to Build an Internal Company Wiki from Scratch
Learn to create an internal company wiki from scratch.
A company wiki is a knowledge hub where organization-specific information can be easily accessed by the individuals working in an organization. Information in the hub can be related to engineering operations, hiring procedures, employee information, and other company-specific information. Creating and maintaining a company wiki can be complex, but tools like GraphQL and Hygraph (previously GraphCMS) can make it easier.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs that allows you to request and fetch only the data that you want.
Hygraph is a cloud platform for creating databases, tables, and powerful GraphQL APIs. It allows you to create content on the fly with features such as text editors, workflows, and advanced roles.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to create an internal company wiki from scratch. The backend and content management will be implemented with Hygraph, and the frontend with Next.js.
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