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lecture: Towards a server-less Web
Interconnecting Web browsers using WebRTC
A new communication framework has entered the Web Platform - WebRTC. Using the WebRTC protocols and APIs allows for a whole new paradigm of Web Application development, especially P2P apps that communicate with each other without a central server. In this talk I will dive into the possibilities of implementing a reliable, server-less P2P infrastructure for applications and data sharing.
* What are the requirements of server-less P2P applications?
* What does WebRTC provide in order to fulfill these requirements?
* How are server-less applications (running in Web browsers) interconnected and what are the problems?
* How is content addressed and transferred between peers?
* How does content lookup work without a central server?
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