This is a no charge add-in to Google Wave
that can be used as part of Google Wave
to map out a strategy rapidly or brainstorm on a critical topic.
amp;bull; The Google Wave
protocol is the underlying format for storing and the means of sharing waves, and includes the "live" concurrency control, which allows edits to be reflected instantly across users and services.
Third, Jetty provides both an asynchronous HTTP server and an asynchronous HTTP client, and therefore supports scalable implementations of both ends of protocols such as Bayeux, XMPP, and Google Wave
This new reality is today being demonstrated in Facebook, Google Wave
Built to work alone or in concert with existing collaboration investments, Novell Pulse also uses the Google* Wave* Federation Protocol to allow seamless integration with other next-generation co-editing and collaboration tools, such as Google Wave
, as well as new extensions that third parties build on top of the Novell Pulse platform.
lt;p style="text-align: left; "><span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>Here's how it works: In Google Wave
you create a wave and add people to it.
Google began the public testing of Google wave
, with 100,000 people invited into the testing phase, each of which can invite up to five people to join in on the testing.
Companies are just beginning to grasp the potential of social media through their personal experiences with products like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Wave
is the future of communication but its ok if it takes you more than one try to understand the complicated web tool, said Gina Trapani, the founding editor of Lifehacker.
Together with the integration with Google Wave
, Mingle will continue to help developers work the way they like while helping the overall development team work in unison through better collaboration, program visibility and more accurate, flexible reporting.
Wiggio provides a strong alternative to what the industry promised, but failed to deliver with Google Wave
, in a simpler, more streamlined version of that effort.
Platforms such as Google Wave
and Netvibes are already giving a glimpse of a future where users choose what information they want; where they filter data before it's delivered, and customize the way it's presented.