The data model behind Notion's flexibility

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  • hyperhyperspace-core

    A library to create p2p applications, using the browser as a full peer.

    > I've been kicking around the idea of writing a CRDT-based editor using this model.

    I got around to creating a data layer (p2p, browser-based, CRDT-backed) for something like this:

    I'd be interested in collaborating on your editor

  • svelt-yjs

    A library for your Svelte app that lets you build Svelte stores from Yjs types.

    Excited to check this out!!

    I’ve got experience with this stuff, count me in! Check out svelt-yjs[0]. It makes complex CRDT apps trivial. Websockets or P2P WebRTC in a few lines. I’ve got a live collab Svelte REPL using Monaco almost complete. It uses Postgres via Supabase for auth / row level security / saving and sharing Apps you make.

    Heck, plug yjs into this Svelte based notion style block editor[1] and you’re more than halfway done in an evening.


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  • plastic-editor

    A block-based editor

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