April 26, 2005

Mobile/Collaborative Application Framework Debuts

Anonymous Reader writes "This PR appeared on Usenet recently: Network Improv today released a free prototype of a new mobile application framework for flash-drive-based apps.

airWRX is an application framework that runs directly from a USB flash drive, and turns its PC host and other nearby PCs into a multi-screen, web-like work environment. airWRX transforms your flash drive into a mobile application server, and any available PCs into your personal workspace.

The airWRX framework is lightweight, extensible, and includes full source code. [Win2K is supported; Linux & MacOS are in the works.] airWRX enables developers to create sophisticated mobile and collaborative applications that unify PCs and data like no tools before it.


Link: networkimprov.net

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