Frequently Asked Questions
Glue42 Core enables web apps to share data between each other, expose functionality and manipulate windows. Read more about Glue42 Core in the What is Glue42 Core? section or visit the official product site.
You can use all Glue42 Core libraries as dependencies in your projects. You don't need to install anything else in order to be able to use Glue42 Core. A Glue42 Core project in production runs directly in any modern browser and doesn't require the user to install any additional software.
With Glue42 Core you can enable your web apps to share data between each other and expose functionality to one another. Your apps will also be able to control window behavior. Read more about what Glue42 Core can do in the Capabilities section.
A Glue42 Core project consists of a Main app using the Glue42 Web Platform library and multiple Web Client apps using the Glue42 Web library. To use Glue42 Core in your projects, you have to learn how to initialize and configure both libraries. See the Quick Start section for a quick and easy project setup.
The Glue42 Web Platform provides the means for communication between the client apps and also acts as a hub from which the user can access all client apps.
Glue42 Core targets web-based projects (primarily Progressive Web Apps), while Glue42 Enterprise supports also native apps. Glue42 Core offers all essential tools for sharing data between apps and controlling window behavior. Glue42 Enterprise provides advanced window management options, Connectors for 3rd party apps and many more important features and APIs. See the full set of Glue42 Enterprise features here.
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