Microsoft introduces Framework 2.0

Microsoft

Microsoft has released a beta version of its Fluid Framework 2.0, an update to the company’s open source platform for developing collaborative applications.

The new beta version was released on January 8 and offers developers an easy-to-use programming model for real-time client synchronization of shared state. This summer is when general availability is anticipated. The 2019 release of Fluid Framework was intended to help developers create low-latency applications that facilitate real-time collaboration by providing developers with user-friendly data structures that the framework synchronizes amongst clients automatically.

Fluid Framework 2.0 provides a schematized data model known as a SharedTree Distributed Data Structure (DDS), which can be used to add collaboration to new or existing apps.

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