While many people still associate torrents with desktop clients, a browser-based WebTorrent homogeneous is fast gaining popularity.
Simply put, WebTorrent is a swell customer for a web. Instead of regulating standalone applications it allows people to share files directly from their browser, but carrying to configure or implement anything.
This allows people to tide videos directly from unchanging browsers such as Chrome and Firefox, identical to what they would do on YouTube.
The technology, combined by Stanford University connoisseur Feross Aboukhadijeh, already irritated a interest of Netflix and also resulted in several innovative implementations.
Most recently, Czech developer Michal Spicka combined a a Web2Web project, that allows people to share whole websites regulating WebTorrent technology. This creates these sites probably unfit to take down.
Michal tells TorrentFreak that he is preoccupied by complicated record and wanted to rise a resilient, serverless and unknown height for people to share something online.
“In a past we’ve seen absolute seductiveness groups close down legitimate websites. we wondered if we could come adult with something that can’t be taken down that simply and also protects a site operator’s