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== SynchroEdit Documentation == == SynchroEdit Documentation ==
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SynchroEdit is a browser-based multiuser editor. It allows multiple users to share a single X(HT)ML or text document, edit the document the same time, and synchronize changes so that all users have the same version. SynchroEdit is a browser-based multiuser editor. It allows multiple users to share a single X(HT)ML or text document, edit the document the same time, and synchronize changes so that all users have the same version.

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SynchroEdit Documentation

Updating software. Please do not edit this wiki.

SynchroEdit is a browser-based multiuser editor. It allows multiple users to share a single X(HT)ML or text document, edit the document the same time, and synchronize changes so that all users have the same version.

Demonstration

  • You first must obtain an alpha account here.
  • Once you receive a confirmation email, you can access the sandbox here.
  • There is also a sandbox for the latest development branch here.

What's happening right now?

The contents of this section have been moved to Current events.

Source code

  • Information on how to obtain the source code is here.

User Documentation

Windows Install

Developer Documentation

Protocol Specifications

Interface Specifications

  • SedExport - interface specification for exporting the DOM tree into a foreign format (such as Wiki-text)
  • SedInstance - extended DOM tree specification, including the getNodeIdentifierFor() and getNodeIdentifiedAs() functionality, anchors, etc.
  • ExternalServicePOSTInterface - integrating SynchroEdit with external services, such as bulletin boards or web sites etc.

Interface Implementation Instances

Other Developer Docs

Personal tools