one.world is a system architecture for pervasive computing. It provides an integrated and comprehensive framework for building pervasive applications. It includes a set of services, such as service discovery, checkpointing, and migration. These services help developers structure applications, and they directly simplify the task of coping with constant change.
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Release Notes: Several bugfixes and minor feature additions, and stabler discovery server elections.
Release Notes: Many performance improvements, a Migration rewrite for improved stability, and Part II of the tutorial has been posted.
Release Notes: Many performance and stability improvements in the core architecture, new support for building GUI-based applications in one.world, improvements to the one.radio applications (Emcee manages users and their applications, while Chat provides text and audio messaging).
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. Most importantly, migration works again.
Release Notes: This version includes fewer bugs, more features (focusing on security, isolation, and automatic configuration), a cleaner API, and a group chat application running on top of one.world.