September 15, 2020

Understanding development with the Fluid Framework

Announced back in 2019 at Build and Ignite, Microsoft’s Fluid Framework has finally arrived, in the shape of the first public release of its open source repository on GitHub (originally announced back in May at Build 2020). Intended to support real-time, low-latency collaboration applications, Fluid Framework is one of the core technologies that will be part of a next generation of Office applications, providing a way to share content without requiring a complex set of back-end services. It’s not only for Office, though, as it’s a set of technologies you can build into your own code.

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