KnittingFactory : An Infrastructure for Distributed Web Applications TR 1997 – 748

@inproceedings{Baratloo1997KnittingFactoryA,
  title={KnittingFactory : An Infrastructure for Distributed Web Applications TR 1997 – 748},
  author={Arash Baratloo and Mehmet Karaul and Holger Karl and Zvi M. Kedem},
  year={1997}
}
While Java and appletshave createda new perspecti ve for Web applications,some problemsarestill unsolved.Amongthesearethequestionof how Javaappletscanfind othermembersof thecollaborationsession,how to dealwith therestrictionsimposed by theJava securitymodel,andhow to overcometheinability of appletsto communicatedirectly, evenif they belongto thesamedistributedapplication.KnittingFactory addresses theproblemof findingothermembersof acollaborationsessionbyproviding… CONTINUE READING
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