Monday, July 11th, 2005
The Jot folks are really getting into Ajax. Firstly they talked about howJotSpot does AJAX, Dojo-Style, which makes sense since Alex Russell works over there.
Then they talked about JotSpot Live, which is:
a real-time wiki interface that allows multiple users to edit the same page at the same time. Calling it â€œSubEthaEdit for the webâ€? is an oversimplification, but thatâ€™s probably the quickest way to wrap your head around the concept. Unlike SubEthaEdit, JotSpot Live doesnâ€™t require any special client software: itâ€™s a web application that runs in Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari, using nothing but HTML, script, and CSS.
Kudos to the Jot team.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:46 am