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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Web extensions are currently the most frequently used mechanism for end-users to externally adapt and enrich the web. While most functionality offered by extensions runs on the browser, extensions that offer collaboration, complex computation, or massive storage rely on a centralized server. Relying on a server increases the cost of building, deploying, and maintaining web extensions (even small ones). This paper presents a novel P2P approach to build web extensions. It removes the need for adoi:10.1007/978-3-030-50578-3_31 fatcat:qraix7ctwbahbprlymhf3eu6iq