The Convergence API provides developers with programmatic access to methods for building real-time, multi-user applications. This includes methods for handling shared mutable data, users, presence, collaboration awareness, and chat. Developers can create applications in which users can see who else is online and what they're doing, as well as share cursors, pointers, and viewports. Convergence Labs is currently looking for developers interested in joining their private alpha.
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