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

At BrooklynJS, in Brooklyn, New York, USA

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

What technologies could replace GraphQL in the future? How can we mix ideas from Redux and long-standing ideas from the 80s to make a better user experience for our web applications?

I will show how those forgotten ideas can improve the user experience right now, using a simple ToDo app as an example, and make the Web more accessible for the next billion users.

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A product development consultancy that works with startups and established businesses, while also creating open source-based products and services