Wednesday, November 19th, 2008
Aaron Iba of AppJet has announced EtherPad a very cool product that is near and dear to Ben and I as we play with dev tools on the Web. I will let Aaron talk about it in his words:
It’s a realtime collaborative text editor that runs in a web browser
(server, client, and database), which I think speaks to the power of
It’s great for anyone who wants to collaborate on a text document, but
especially great for JavaScrpt programmers to collaborate because it
enable this feature, click on the checkbox under “options” on the
right side of the screen).
In addition to being a cool product on its own, EtherPad is also the
first product built and hosted on the AppJet Web Platform. The AppJet
Web Platform is like a “grownup” version of the current appjet. It
objects, and utility hosting on our grid.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:01 am