Instructions are here. We've also prepared a history for you.
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Statebus unifies the web development stack. Everything becomes state. All
state is synchronized with the
state:// protocol itself.
This eliminates the need for web frameworks, and prevents synchronization bugs. The client is guaranteed to be in sync with the server, and all models and views are guaranteed to be in sync. Caches are automated and always synchronized.
state:// protocol adds subscriptions to HTTP;
built directly into the GET request:
Every piece of state has a
state:// URL. You can re-use
another site's state as easily as linking to a page with today's web.
Websites can build on top of one another, and collaboratively outcompete
today's centralized monopolies.
In 1994, we used AOL — a giant monopoly of content.
By 1997, the Web had outcompeted AOL, with a free market of websites.
By 2016, these websites—like Facebook and Google—had become the monopolies.
By 2019, we will outcompete these monopolies, with a free market for the insides of websites.
Here are a few sites we built with Statebus:
Instructions are available here.
Michael Toomim would love to help you, send SMS or iMessage to +1-510-282-4312 for help.