Braid-HTTP: Synchronization for HTTP
draft-toomim-httpbis-braid-http-02

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Abstract

Braid is a set of extensions that generalize HTTP from a state *transfer* protocol into a state *synchronization* protocol. Braid puts the power of Operational Transform and CRDTs on the web, improving network performance and enabling natively peer-to-peer, collaboratively-editable, offline-first web applications. Braid is composed of four extensions to HTTP:

Authors

Michael Toomim (toomim@gmail.com)
Greg Little (glittle@gmail.com)
Rafie Walker (slickytail.mc@gmail.com)
Bryn Bellomy (bryn@signals.io)

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