Jeremy Andrews

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Narayan Newton

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Peta Hoyes

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Jeff Sheltren

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Michael Meyers

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Aaron McGowan

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Alex Jarvis

Senior Architect | Technical Lead

Anna Kalata

Senior Engineer | User Experience

Bob Williams

Financial Manager

Brandon Bergren

Senior Engineer, Search Lead

Bryan Pruett

Associate

Damian Lee

Senior Architect | Technical Lead

Daniel Wehner

Senior Engineer

Doug Green

Senior Architect | Technical Lead

Fabian Franz

Senior Architect | Performance & Team Lead

Francesco Placella

Senior Architect | Technical Lead

Francesco Pesenti

Senior Engineer

Greg Lund-Chaix

Senior Infrastructure Engineer

Hunter Lannon

Infrastructure Engineer

Janez Urevc

Senior Engineer, Multimedia Lead

Janie Ledet

Project Manager | Scrum Master

Jason Varughese

Senior iOS Developer

June Gregg

Specialist

Lucas Hedding

Senior Backend Engineer & Migration Lead

Marco Molinari

Senior Architect | Technical Lead

Mark Carver

Senior Front End Engineer

Mike Ryan

Migration Guru

Moshe Weitzman

Senior Architect & Project Lead

Nathaniel Catchpole

Senior Architect and Technical Lead

Nedjo Rogers

Senior Engineer | Project Lead

Neil Hasting

Senior Backend Engineer

Pedro Cambra

Senior Backend Engineer | Technical Lead

Preston So

Editor in Chief

Ray Stuart

Senior Backend Engineer

Scott Hadfield

Senior Engineer | Project Lead

Théodore Biadala

Senior Engineer

Tim Bozeman

Senior Engineer

Travis Whitehead

Infrastructure Engineer

Yuriy Gerasimov

Senior Backend Engineer

Preston So

Real-time collaboration is now more reality than ambition, but several obstacles remain, particularly in the form of peer-to-peer collaboration when many collaborators are involved. While Yjs, an open-source framework for real-time collaboration, and WebRTC, a new protocol for peer-to-peer communication now seeing wide browser support, permit editorial collaboration between peers in a graceful way, things get more complicated when many users enter the picture. Nonetheless, thanks to y-webrtc, the Yjs integration with WebRTC, we can...

Preston So

In this Tag1 Team Talks episode, László Horváth (Senior Laravel Developer at Tag1) joins guests Fabian Franz (Senior Technical Architect and Performance Lead at Tag1), Michael Meyers (Managing Director at Tag1), and your host Preston So (Editor in Chief at Tag1 and Senior Director, Product Strategy at Oracle) for a deep dive into why Laravel should be your choice when building a mission-critical PHP architecture that encompasses a decoupled front end in JavaScript and multi-level...

Preston So

Content collaboration across multiple editors has long been table stakes in content management systems like Drupal and WordPress, but what about real-time, peer-to-peer, bonafide collaboration within the CMS context? There is a reason many of us CMS practitioners choose to use Google Docs for collaboration among editors. However, thanks to the open-source real-time collaboration framework Yjs, collaborative editing in the CMS context is now not only a possibility but also fast becoming a reality in...

Preston So

While collaboration between users has been a fixture of content management systems and web applications in general for many years, the prospect of true real-time, peer-to-peer collaboration remains relatively elusive despite the proliferation of new technologies over the past several years. Luckily, this may soon change thanks to the evolution of real-time collaboration frameworks like Yjs and the availability and level of browser support enjoyed by the new WebRTC protocol. With both Yjs and WebRTC...