Purity is a specialized wiki engine built in PHP, with the purpose of creating a minimalistic platform for complex, interwoven networks of data.
Technical documentation is available on Github. Purity aims to be a plug-and-play application, requiring nothing but a WAMP/LAMP setup (for local usage) / PHP-supported hosting, and the contents of its repository.
Purity is also capable of generating static sites. For situations where PHP-supported hosting is unavailable, WAMP/LAMP can create a set of HTML files, fully ready to deploy.
Purity allows for elaborate connectivity between its object-based data structures, easy navigation with the help of Apache's URI rewriting system, intuitive writing as a result of its multi-layered parser, and varied usage due to its functional capacities as a content management system, and even a text-based game engine.
Its markup language is based on a simple syntax. It contains attributes, which are declared through the attribute name, followed by a colon, and the information to be attributed to said attribute.
And it contains rules, which are inline elements used to format text according to predetermined functions.