Lynette Miles

There are significant challenges in implementation of E2EE protocols, from who handles the security, to ensuring all participants can access the same data. E2E encryption introduced lots of challenges for history snapshots and what it means for Tombstones. Multiple types of encryption: local, using keys, and end to end all have different implementations and implications when using a collaborative app - especially a decentralized one. In this second part of our two part talk, dive...

Lynette Miles

In today’s electronically driven communication world, data security is no small matter. What’s safe? Who do you trust? Who else can access your data, and do you even know who those people or companies are selling it to? A critical part of data security is encryption. It protects everything from our personal information, helping prevent identity theft, financial information like your bank account and credit card from being accessed, to company secrets. According to a...

Lynette Miles

Fabian Franz, Tag1 Vice President of Software Engineering, joined the Talking Drupal team of Stephen Cross, John Picozzi, and Nic Laflin to discuss Yjs in 264 - YJS | Talking Drupal.

Lynette Miles

Peta Hoyes, COO, and Fabian Franz, Vice President of Software Engineering, of Tag1 Consulting discuss how teams are working collaboratively in real time and asynchronously more than ever before. Content management systems (CMS) need to meet the needs of users, but to date no system offers real time collaboration, because building collaborative software is extremely complex. Yjs, a real-time collaboration framework abstracts all this complexity, allowing you to enable collaboration in any application. Working with...

Preston So

Are offline collaborative applications truly feasible in this day and age? After all, consistent connectivity can be quite the luxury when it comes to less-than-ideal environments like Amtrak trains and commercial flights. Luckily, Yjs, the open-source real-time collaboration framework, is here to save the day, in conjunction with emerging web technologies that run the gamut from Service Workers (okay, not that old) to IndexedDB, a browser-based local database that is optimized for offline use cases.

Preston So

You board a flight only to hear the flight crew announce to groans all around that Wi-Fi is unavailable. How will you deliver that document in time that your colleagues were supposed to review later today? Fortunately, with the help of emerging web technologies like Yjs, an open-source real-time collaboration framework, and IndexedDB, a local database that houses offline content, any developer can successfully architect an offline-first architecture that also functions well for peer-to-peer collaboration...

Preston So

Fortunately, with the support of the real-time collaboration framework Yjs and the local database available to browsers known as IndexedDB, you too can implement robust offline-first applications that not only enable peer-to-peer collaborative editing but also represent a wholesale revolution in the ways in which we interact with not only content management systems (CMS) but also web applications at large.