Screenshots: Scenes from the DIY Web
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Start-up Coghead is developing a hosted service, due later this year, designed to enable “moderately technical” businesspeople to create their own Web applications. In this screenshot, the author uses the visual editor to set up the work flow for the sales process, including setting assignments for tasks.
JotSpot last week introduced JotSpot 2.0, an update to its hosted service that lets people choose what kind of shared document they want to create. The idea is to make wikis–shared Web pages–less “nerdy” and more accessible to endrnusers, according to JotSpot CEO Joe Kraus.
The application Trail Reviews, built using a hosted service from Ning, is a mash-uprnapplication that allows people to submit their hiking trail recommendations and display them on Google Maps.