quanah / README.md


Quanah is a JavaScript library for writing concurrent programs in JavaScript that still run correctly in serial execution environments. QMachine, for example, uses Quanah extensively to implement a web service that acts as a supercomputer that uses web browsers as computational nodes. I am currently writing several papers about Quanah and applications that use it, but I promise I will write more documentation soon!

A Node.js module can be installed via NPM. Quanah is also available in Bower.

There are several "mirrors" available on Bitbucket, GitHub, and Google Code. Various project statistics are available on GitHub and Ohloh, too.

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