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Collaborative real-time editor

Collaborative real-time editor
A collaborative editor is a form of collaborative software application that allows several people to edit a computer file using different computers, a practice called collaborative editing. There are two types of collaborative editing: real-time and non-real-time. In real-time collaborative editing (RTCE), users can edit the same file simultaneously, whereas in Non-real-time collaborative editing, the users do not edit the same file at the same time (similar to revision control systems). Collaborative real-time editors generally permit both the above modes of editing in any given instance. History[edit] The first instance of a collaborative real-time editor was demonstrated by Douglas Engelbart in 1968, in The Mother of All Demos. Instant Update was released for Mac OS in 1991 from ON Technology.[1] Later, a version for Microsoft Windows was released as well, allowing real-time collaboration across these two operating systems. Technical challenges[edit] Recent developments[edit] Related:  La rete siamo noiPresentations ACEO/BA

Examples Demos. Lots of demos. *neo glasses* View source on all these demos to see what they're made of. All the demos live in examples in the source tree. Static renderer This example statically renders documents on the server. View 'html' » General Editor This example shows the use of an Ace editor which can edit any ShareJS document. Edit anything » Wiki This example demonstrates using ShareJS to implement a wiki. Explore the wiki » List of collaborative software This list is divided into proprietary or free software, and open source software, with several comparison tables among different product and vendors characteristics. It also includes a section of project collaboration software, which are combining with cloud computing services to become a standard feature in an emerging category of computer software: collaboration platforms. There may be some overlap between this list and the list of wiki software. Collaborative software[edit] The following are software applications or solutions including free software: Comparison of notable software[edit] General Information[edit] Comparison of unified communications features[edit] Comparison of collaborative software features[edit] Comparison of targets[edit] Open source software[edit] The following are open source applications for collaboration: Standard client–server software[edit] Groupware: Web based software[edit] Other[edit] Project collaboration software[edit] Web-based software[edit] Other[edit]

Cardiak Aankhon Se Bachaakar, Lo Rakho ChhupaakarPyaar Ko Kabhi Kisi Ki Najar Na LageChaand Ko Churaakar, Maathe Pe SajaakarHaule Chalna Raat Ko Khabar Na LageSitaare Dhund Laaye Hai, Andheron Pe Sajaaye HaiJaise Diwaali Ki Ho Raat Jindagi.. Kingdoms merge in the quest for mightLords seek pleasure to feed their desiresReigning in gold yet losing the truthMeaningless yagya pouring oil into firesVedas divide as does a Brahmin's mindSouls separate from the cosmic essenceSri bhagavan, will they keep what they findLeaving their faiths with no defence?One obtains false desiresThe other falls from graceBrothers stand on the opposite sidesHe who plays with the fireGets intensely burntWhen he steps on the path of a liarBehold the rising wallDividing the sacred realmsAnd the worlds of manBehold the waking faces of dawnAs the supreme lord returns to his aboveOne obtains false desiresThe other falls from graceBrothers stand on the opposite sidesHe who plays with the fireGets intensely burnt

Etherpad Etherpad (previously known as EtherPad)[1][2] is a web-based collaborative real-time editor, allowing authors to simultaneously edit a text document, and see all of the participants' edits in real-time, with the ability to display each author's text in their own color. There is also a chat box in the sidebar to allow meta communication. First launched in November 2008, the software was acquired by Google in December 2009 and released as open source later that month. Several services now use the Etherpad software, including PiratePad, Telecomix Pad, Framapad, Mozilla Pad (MoPad), PrimaryPad, QikPad, and TitanPad. Features and implementation[edit] Anyone can create a new collaborative document, known as a "pad". The software auto-saves the document at regular, short intervals, but participants can permanently save specific versions (checkpoints) at any time. Automated markup of JavaScript code was made available shortly after the launch. Launch[edit] Acquisition[edit] Open-source[edit]

Aloha Editor - HTML5 WYSIWYG Editor OT for JSON Spec · josephg/ShareJS Wiki Note: Operation reference moved here OT for JSON allows multiple users to collaborate on arbitrary documents described by JSON. This document specifies what operations are valid and how those operations behave when multiple users are editing at the same time. If you want to know how to use JSON in ShareJS, see JSON Client API. The document is stored by a plain JSON object. Undefined is not a valid value anywhere in a JSON document. The JSON OT code itself is in the share/ottypes project now. To use the JSON type in ShareJS in the browser, you need to load the additional script file (json0.js). There is a complicated multiplayer game written against the JSON OT stack in examples/hex.html. Operations Specifics about the operations themselves has been moved to the OT Types Wiki

Mindmapping, concept mapping and information organisation software Dorosłe dzieci Lista utworów[edytuj | edytuj kod] Opracowano na podstawie materiału źródłowego[1][2]. Twórcy[edytuj | edytuj kod] Przypisy Bibliografia[edytuj | edytuj kod] Paweł Gzyl: Turbo - dorosłe dzieci zatrzymane w czasie (pol.). muzyka.onet.pl, 2013-12-16.

Calendaring software Calendaring software is software that minimally provides users with an electronic version of a calendar. Additionally, the software may provide an appointment book, address book, and/or contact list. These tools are an extension of many of the features provided by time management software such as desk accessory packages and computer office automation systems. Calendaring is a standard feature of many PDAs, EDAs, and smartphones. The software may be a local package designed for individual use (e.g. Features[edit] Calendaring software will contain one or more of the following features: Examples[edit] See also[edit] External links[edit]

Brainch Main Page Operational transformation Operational transformation (OT) is a technology for supporting a range of collaboration functionalities in advanced collaborative software systems. OT was originally invented for consistency maintenance and concurrency control in collaborative editing of plain text documents. Two decades of research has extended its capabilities and expanded its applications to include group undo, locking, conflict resolution, operation notification and compression, group-awareness, HTML/XML and tree-structured document editing, collaborative office productivity tools, application-sharing, and collaborative computer-aided media design tools (see OTFAQ). In 2009 OT was adopted as a core technique behind the collaboration features in Apache Wave and Google Docs. History[edit] Operational Transformation was pioneered by C. System architecture[edit] Basics[edit] The basic idea of OT can be illustrated by using a simple text editing scenario as follows. Consistency models[edit] The CC model[edit] T(ins( ),ins( and

List of concept- and mind-mapping software Concept-mapping and mind-mapping software are used to create diagrams of relationships between concepts, ideas or other pieces of information. It has been suggested that the mind mapping technique can improve learning/study efficiency up to 15% over conventional note taking.[1] There are a number of software packages and websites that allow the creation of, or otherwise support mind maps. File format[edit] Using a standard file format allows interchange of files between various programs. Free Software[edit] The following tools are free as defined by the Free Software Foundation. Freeware[edit] The following is a list of notable concept mapping and mind mapping applications which are freeware (they are available at no cost). Paid software[edit] The table below lists pieces of paid commercial software that allow the creation of mind maps and concept maps. See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Batony.net - przyciski, ale urwał, szczymryj, yoyo Google Calendar Google Calendar is a free time-management web application offered by Google. It became available on April 13, 2006, and exited the beta stage in July 2009. Users are required to have a Google Account in order to use the software. Features[edit] Interface[edit] Content access[edit] Events are stored online; consequently, the calendar can be viewed from any location that has Internet access. Sharing calendars[edit] Google Calendar allows multiple calendars to be created and shown in the same view. Device synchronization[edit] Google integration[edit] Google Calendar is integrated with various other Google services: Gmail, Google's webmail service. 2009 introduction[edit] On March 4, 2009, Google Calendar began offering offline support.[7] On May 13, 2009, Google Calendar began offering to-do lists,[8][9] via Google Tasks. Compatibility[edit] Consistency and reliability[edit] As in other cloud computing applications, changes to Google Calendar are immediately visible to all users. See also[edit]

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