Laasie: Building the next generation of collaborative applications

Laasie: Building the next generation of collaborative applications by Oliver Kennedy.

From the post:

With the first Laasie paper (ever) being presented tomorrow at WebDB (part of SIGMOD), I thought it might be a good idea to explain the hubbub. What is Laasie?

The short version is that it’s an incremental state replication and persistence infrastructure, targeted mostly at web applications. In particular, we’re focusing on a class of collaborative applications, where multiple users interact with the same application state simultaneously. A commonly known instance of such applications is the Google Docs office suite. Multiple users viewing the same document can simultaneously both view and edit the document.

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