Yjs - Modular building blocks for building collaborative applications like Google Docs and Figma

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Yjs is a modular building blocks for building collaborative applications like Google Docs and Figma. Yjs is a high-performance CRDT for building collaborative applications that sync automatically. It exposes its internal CRDT model as shared data types that can be manipulated concurrently. Shared types are similar to common data types like Map and Array. They can be manipulated, fire events when changes happen, and automatically merge without merge conflicts.

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