Glue42 Open-Sources Web App Interoperability

The new solution uses progressive web applications, cutting out the need for containers. 

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Desktop software integration provider Glue42 is open-sourcing its web application interoperability platform, Glue42 Core, which uses progressive web applications (PWAs) to deliver a native app-like experience to users without a local installation at no extra cost.

James Wooster, chief operating officer at Glue42, tells WatersTechnology that the critical item in this release is the use of PWAs. This means there is no need to deploy containers—software that allows web applications to communicate

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