WebDAV

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WebDAV

(Web Distributed Authoring And Versioning) Enhancements to the HTTP protocol that turn the Web into a document database that enables collaborative creation, editing and searching from remote locations. Standardized by the IETF, WebDAV enables documents to be written via HTTP (HTTP normally only supports reading). It also allows documents to be assigned properties, or attributes, that can be searched using the DAV Searching and Locating (DASL) protocol. WebDAV supports its own file system that stores documents in folders called "collections." See HTTP.
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In addition it allows data sharing through web share points and the Live Maps App for mobile devices.
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Although web and mobile web share common protocols, they must never be considered the same, not only because of the variances in screen sizes and browser capabilities, but because consumers behave very differently on mobile and expect an experience that caters to this.
Although web and mobile web share common protocols they must never be considered the same not only because of the variances in screen sizes and browser capabilities but because consumers behave very differently on mobile and expect an experience that caters to this.
A number of active communities innovating on the Web share the goal of sharing data such as calendar information, contact information, and geopositioning information.
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