CRDT: Conflict-free Data Types for collaborative editing and Offline-first

At NeJS Conf, in Omaha, Nebraska, United States

How the mix of ideas behind CRDT, distributed computing, and Elm/Redux could change the user experience in most applications.

Atom Editor uses CRDT for Teletype. Redis announced CRDT support. CRDT is becoming more popular because, right now, we have more and more real-time applications.

Andrey Sitnik, the creator of Logux and PostCSS, will explain the ideas of CRDT. Why is it crucial for modern web apps? How to use it? And what are the limits and problems of CRDT?


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