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Nathaniel Catchpole

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Neil Hasting

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Pedro Cambra

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Ray Stuart

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Scott Hadfield

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Théodore Biadala

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Tim Bozeman

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Yuriy Gerasimov

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Moshe Weitzman

We are excited to share details about our recent integration with the Group module . By default, Group module stores group memberships in the Drupal database. For a recent project, our Client required that group memberships are canonically stored in their existing LDAP directory. That way, memberships may be re-used to control access to 3rd party applications like real-time chat, file sharing, etc. Group module provides a simple service, GroupMembershipLoader , that is responsible for...

Jeffrey Gilbert

Description Yjs, one of the most powerful and robust frameworks for real-time collaborative editing, enables developers to add shared editing capabilities to any application with relatively little effort. In order to make it so easy to use and extend Yjs, the framework abstracts all the complexities, many moving pieces, and deep technical concepts involved in empowering offline first, peer to peer, real time collaboration. In this Tag1 Team Talk, we continue our deep dive into...

Jeffrey Gilbert

Description Yjs is a very compelling choice when it comes to building real-time collaborative applications. A powerful open-source, offline first, peer to peer, shared editing framework that is modular and extensible, Yjs enables developers to easily add real time collaborative capabilities to any type of application. Rich text editing, drawing, 3d modeling... the list of potential use cases for Yjs is lengthy and remarkable. But how did it get started, what is the algorithm it’s...

Preston So

Table of Contents What makes a collaborative editing solution robust? Decentralized vs. Centralized Architectures in Collaborative Editing Operational Transformation and Commutative Replicated Data Types (CRDT) Why Tag1 Selected Yjs Conclusion In today’s editorial landscape, content creators can expect not only to touch a document countless times to revise and update content, but also to work with other writers from around the world, often on distributed teams, to finalize a document collaboratively and in real time....