Sessions at Reject.JS 2011 about HTML5 with video

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Thursday 29th September 2011

  • AppTorrent — An experiment in hash-hosting of HTML5 apps

    by Michiel de Jong

    The Unhosted project defines a standard for cross-origin storage of user data. The idea is quite simple: write your html5 app without the ajax-backend. Write only the app. Then, the domain where that user's data is stored is discovered based on the user address (user@host) with which the user logs in.

    When the need to store user data disappears, the html5 app itself is reduced to a 100% client-side affair. In other words, it is flattened to static content. The idea behind AppTorrent is that packaged static content can be moved around. As long as you don't serve more than one app per port to each client, javascript sandboxing is preserved. And because the app's URL is now <hash>.apptorrent.net, you can easily fork the app, and republish a patched version of it.

    At 3:50pm to 4:20pm, Thursday 29th September

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