Preston So

The previous blog post in this multi-part series about Yjs, the real-time collaboration framework, dealt with awareness therein, and how encoding deletions in the Yjs way can yield substantial performance dividends. Recently, during its assessment of a variety of tools for collaborative editing, Tag1 Consulting opted for Yjs and ProseMirror for an ambitious shared editing project at a well-known Fortune 50 company.

Preston So

In part 3 learn more about Yjs and the specific features that make it shine in the realm of real-time collaboration: namely awareness, offline editing, and versioning. In the next two installments of this blog series, we cover all three of these essential topics.

Preston So

WebRTC, a protocol that facilitates peer-to-peer communication between two clients via the browser, is now supported by all modern browsers. Since its introduction it has mainly been used for web conferencing solutions, but WebRTC is ideal for a variety of other use cases as well. Because of its wide platform support, creating peer-to-peer applications for the web is now more straightforward than ever. But how do you manage many people working together at the same...

Preston So

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.

Preston So

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 based...

Michael Meyers

Rich text editors are an integral part of content creation and content management workflows, but they can often present challenges for developers when it comes to robustness, extensibility, flexibility, and accessibility. What are some of the considerations you should keep in mind when evaluating rich text editors, especially for mission-critical systems like the application Tag1 is building for a top Fortune 50 company? In this Tag1 Team Talk, we explore the new generation of rich...

Michael Meyers

What is real-time collaborative editing, and what are some of the most compelling technologies available in the space? In the inaugural TAG Team Talk, hosted by Preston So (Contributing Editor, Tag1 Consulting), we conduct a wide-ranging discussion about both the business prerogatives and technical ins-and-outs of real-time collaborative editing and its landscape today, with our guests Kevin Jahns (creator of Yjs and collaborative editing expert at Tag1 Consulting), Fabian Franz (Senior Technical Architect and Performance...