Mozilla Labs today introduced a new tool called TogetherJS. The service lets you add real-time collaboration features to an existing website.
The tool lets two or more visitors see each other’s mouse/cursor position and clicks, track each other’s browsing, edit forms together, watch videos together, and chat via audio and WebRTC. Again, this is all done on a website or Web application, no native software required.
➤ TogetherJS Documentation
See also – Mozilla’s latest experiment adds Google Drive-like collaboration to any site
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