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Web browsers have become fast and flexible enough to allow web applications to be viable competition to native applications. Now that the web as a platform has become formidable, it has changed the types of web applications being produced, and the ways in which native applications are being built. This observation leads me to propose the concept of the App Web - a category of the world wide web which increases productivity - and its place in the current application experience. Monarch is a system designed to merge the advantages of native and web applications, improving experiences for both the developer and the user.
Senior Thesis. Advisor: Charles Palmer
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Daniel R. Whitcomb, "Monarch: A Reimagined Browser for the Modern Web." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2016-799, May 2016.
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