The current implementation of the framework is based on open web technologies such as Dojo, Bayeux, WebSocket and CometD.
The framework enables the creation of cooperative web applications featuring concurrent real-time interactions among remote users and external data sources.
Remote notification of user changes, resolution of conflicting changes, and convergence of application state is all handled by the framework.
The framework is intended to serve as a building block for web application developers who seek to develop solutions that can be used by a single standalone user or simultaneously within a workgroup of remote users.
Here are some key features of "OpenCoweb":
· API documentation, tutorials, and examples
· A Python coweb server built on the Tornado web server
· A Java coweb server built on the CometD Java Library
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This milestone reflects many changes but most significantly are new Java Admin Server features for Session Management as well as a very robust Co-Editor demo.