According to the remote storage protocol, there are 3 types of application/software:
1. Traditional Web Apps:
In hosted web stacks such as LAMP, .Net, Ruby on Rails, Django, etc…, the developer hosts the app and data, while the user controls device.
2. No-Backend Web Apps
In 100% client-side apps that use CouchDB, Hoodie, Firebase, Parse, Kinto, etc…, the developer provides the app and data, while user controls the device.
3. Unhosted Web Apps
In 100% client-side apps that use remoteStorage, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc…, the developer provides only the app, while the user controls the device and data.
- What Delta-chat architecture was created and why?
- Is delta-chat self-hosted, non-hosted, hosted?
DC is technically an email client that looks like a modern messenger such as WhatsApp.
Hi Raiden, how are you?
I would like to know what is the architecture: “unhosted”, “self-hosted” or “hosted” in delta-chat. what is the architecture: “unhosted”, “self-hosted” or “hosted” in delta-chat?
depends on whether you use a selfhosted email server or an hosted email account at a big email provider like gmx, gmail, yandex, posteo…
the app itself you could describe as unhosted, all data is on your device.
Hi Simon, thanks for information!
A funny idea (only nice to have, not a must have) would be a solution like Threema Web.
Sorry, I found only the german page.
Hi webratte, what is Threema Web?
note: I don’t speak in German, what is the page describing, saying?.
Here is the english page:
It is a centralized messenger.