Loro: Reimagine State Management with CRDTs
Distributed states are commonly found in numerous scenarios, such as multiplayer games, multi-device document synchronization, and edge networks. These scenarios require synchronization to achieve consistency, usually entailing elaborate design and coding. For instance, considerations for network issues or concurrent write operations are necessary. However, for a wide range of applications CRDTs can simplify the code significantly:
- CRDTs can automatically merge concurrent writes without conflicts.
- Fewer abstractions. There's no need to design specific backend database schemas, manually execute expected conflict merges, or implement interfaces to memory and memory to persistent structure conversions.
- Offline supports are right out of the box
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