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Adding Real Time Collaboration to Angular Apps with Fluid

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In this Enterprise NG conference session, Dan Wahlin discusses how to add a robust set of real time collaboration features into your app with a new Open Source project called “Fluid”.
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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Dec 30, 2020
Duration
25m
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Adding Real Time Collaboration to Angular Apps with Fluid
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Dec 30, 2020
Duration
25m
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Description

As more and more of us work remotely, the need for real time collaboration within applications is becoming increasingly important. How do you add a robust set of real time collaboration features into your app though? In this session, Dan Wahlin will discuss how to make that happen with a new Open Source project called “Fluid”. You’ll learn the “what, why, and how’s” of Fluid, what Fluid offers over raw web sockets, and how you can get started using Fluid in your applications.

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