Desktop Mashups: Combining Web Applications to Make...

Google Tech Talks March 12, 2007 ABSTRACT Web applications use HTTP to communicate with relevant services and manifest their user interface via HTML, CSS and JavaScript. With the advent of different gadget frameworks, they have finally broken free of the shackles of the Web browser to manifest themselves on the user's desktop as first-class productivity tools. In this talk I'll describe Sidewinder, a framework for authoring and deploying web applications that are created as first-class desktop citizens. Applications created in this framework can not only communicate with the web, but with each other, turning the whole platform into a powerful tool for creating mashup applications. Sidewinder...

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