Saturday, June 24, 2006
DutchPIPE allows Web developers to make virtual multi-user "avatar" environments
DutchPIPE allows Web developers to make virtual multi-user "avatar" environments. Each Web page becomes an abstracted environment or location where visitors and other items on the page are visualized. This status is retained as visitors move around. A lot of real-time interaction is possible, resulting in persistent interactive page environments. DutchPIPE uses AJAX and the DOM for the browser, and it works without Java, Flash, plugins, or firewall adjustments.
[Environment] Console (Text Based), Web Environment
[Intended Audience] Developers
[License] OSI Approved :: MIT/X Consortium License
[Operating System] OS Independent
[Topic] Communications :: Chat, Games/Entertainment, Games/Entertainment :: Multi-User Dungeons (MUD), Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Dynamic Content, Software Development :: Libraries :: PHP Classes