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freedom.js is a framework for building peer-to-peer (P2P) web apps. freedom.js makes it easy to quickly create social interactive applications that instantly work in modern web browsers, Chrome packaged apps, Firefox extensions, node.js, and native mobile apps. Because freedom.js apps are just JavaScript, they can be distributed as packages on an app store or hosted on static web servers. We're bringing peer-to-peer back, baby.



  1. Getting Started
  2. Declaring Your First Module
  3. Message Passing
  4. Module Dependencies
  5. Storage API
  6. Social API
  7. Transport API
  8. View API
  9. Using your app in other environments - e.g. node.js, Firefox/Chrome extensions, mobile
  10. Write your own API provider

Developer References

Contributing to freedom.js