Braid — a set of extensions to HTTP which transform it from a state transfer protocol into a state synchronization protocol. When a resource is changed by one client or server, all other clients and servers update. Braid supports Operational Transform and CRDTs at web URLs, enabling peer-to-peer, offline-capable web applications. Interesting idea to extend HTTP rather than build it on top of HTTP.
browserless Chrome — a web-service that allows for remote clients to connect, drive, and execute headless work, all inside of docker. It offers first-class integrations for puppeteer, selenium’s webdriver, and a slew of handy REST APIs for doing more common work.
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