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Published on Nov 5, 2012
Jed Schmidt put a server in your browser so you can serve while you browse. This is his talk from Reject.js 2012 in Berlin.
Browserver is an exploration in simplifying app architecture, by looking at it upside-down, and turning web browsers into Internet-addressable web servers. It exposes a node.js-like API in the browser, tunnelling HTTP over WebSockets so that you don't need to roll your own custom code to connect the various pieces of your web architecture to your end clients
Instead, you can move the complexity of your app to the edges by making your end clients first-class HTTP servers, and then use your existing HTTP-related infrastructure to communicate with them.