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Automerge: Concurrently Editable Data Structures in JavaScript

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We have implemented a JSON -like data structure for building collaborative applications in JavaScript. The data can be modified concurrently by different users on different devices, and merged again automatically, without having to manually resolve conflicts. (It’s a CRDT , in case that means something to you.) We have integrated it with WebRTC for peer-to-peer collaboration, and built a sample app (a Trello clone) on top. And it’s open source:

In this talklet I’ll give a demo, and explain where we’re going with this.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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