Tag1 Consulting: Evaluating real-time collaborative editing solutions for a top Fortune 50 company

Table of Contents What makes a collaborative editing solution robust? Decentralized vs. Centralized Architectures in Collaborative Editing Operational Transformation and Commutative Replicated Data Types (CRDT) Why Tag1 Selected Yjs Conclusion In today’s editorial landscape, content creators can expect not only to touch a document countless times to revise and update content, but also to work with other writers from around the world, often on distributed teams, to finalize a document collaboratively and in real time. For this reason, collaborative editing, or shared editing, has become among the most essential and commonly requested features for any content management solution straddling a large organization. Collaborative editing has long existed as a concept outside the content management system (CMS). Consider, for example, Google Docs, a service that many content creators use to write content together before copy-and-pasting the text into form fields in a waiting CMS. But in today’s highly demanding CMS landscape, shouldn’t collaborative editing be a core feature of all CMSs out of the box? Tag1 Consulting agreed, and the team decided to continue its rich legacy in CMS innovation by making collaborative editing a reality. Recently, the team at Tag1 Consulting worked with the technical leadership at a top Fortune…

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