State-based CRDTs: Maps

In this blog post, we'll cover the idea of CRDT maps, and how we could create them and utilize them in common scenarios. A prerequisite for this talk is some general knowledge of CRDTs, especially observed-remove sets, which were already…

State-based CRDTs: Bounded Counter

Originally, I didn't want to make a separate blog post about design behind bounded counters, but since beside original paper and a very few implementation living in the wild, this CRDT is widely unknown, I've decided to give it a…

Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 2)

In this blog post we'll continue exploring the ideas behind optimizing state-based CRDTs. This is a third post from the series. If you haven't read them before this article and don't feel familiar with CRDTs, I advise you to do…

Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 1)

Other posts from this series: An introduction to state-based CRDTs Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 1) Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 2) State-based CRDTs: BoundedCounter State-based CRDTs: Map Last time we've talked about what are CRDTs and introduced the state-based variant of…

An introduction to state-based CRDTs

Other posts from this series: An introduction to state-based CRDTs Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 1) Optimizing state-based CRDTs (part 2) State-based CRDTs: BoundedCounter State-based CRDTs: Map This is one of the topics I've already talked about on several presentations in…