There's also a terminal version of Tutti which you can install with
npm install tutti
sudo may be needed depending on your npm installation. Now, run with
tutti <tutti room url>
npm install tutti also installs a node library that let's you programmatically script the browsers that are connected to a particular room.
See the Tutti lib README.md for more.
npm install tuttiserver tuttiserver
- Point your browser to http://localhost:8080.
- Point more browsers to the same location.
- Type commands into any of the browsers you have open and see them executed on all of them.
I've posted my code examples used at my JSConf 2011 demos.
Tutti depends on the follow software:
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2011 Toby Ho <email@example.com>
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