Panelrama: enabling easy specification of cross-device web applications

@inproceedings{Yang2014PanelramaEE,
  title={Panelrama: enabling easy specification of cross-device web applications},
  author={Jishuo Yang and Daniel J. Wigdor},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2014}
}
We present Panelrama, a web-based framework for the construction of applications using distributed user interfaces (DUIs). Our implementation provides developers with low migration costs through built-in mechanisms for the synchronization of a UI state, requiring minimal changes to existing languages. Additionally, we describe a solution to categorize device characteristics and dynamically change UI allocation to best-fit devices. We illustrate the use of Panelrama through three sample… CONTINUE READING

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