Co-browsing dynamic web pages

@inproceedings{Lowet2009CobrowsingDW,
  title={Co-browsing dynamic web pages},
  author={Dietwig Lowet and Daniel G{\"o}rgen},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2009}
}
Collaborative browsing, or co-browsing, is the co-navigation of the web with other people at-a-distance, supported by software that takes care of synchronizing the browsers. Current state-of-the-art solutions are able to do co-browsing of "static web pages", and do not support the synchronization of JavaScript interactions. However, currently many web pages use JavaScript and Ajax techniques to create highly dynamic and interactive web applications. In this paper, we describe two approaches for… CONTINUE READING