If you’re looking for more background information on CRDTs, Noel posted on this a while back.
The algorithm I ran through (fairly quickly) I’ve described before. The theory and analysis of the WOOT algorithm I presented is from: Oster et al. (2005) Real time group editors without Operational transformation (PDF), report paper 5580, INRIA.
The slides from my presentation are below:
Update: there’s now a recording online.
The source for the example project is over at Github.
To get into Scala.js, I recommend:
taking the tutorial at Scala-js.org, and dig into the Pages part of that site for more details.
join the Gitter room.
The main points I wanted to make were that:
Scala.js is part of the story for Making Change Easier. We want to make it cheap, quick, and safe to evolve a code base over time; and
You can gradually add Scala.js into an existing project. You don’t have to throw everything away, because Scala.js plays nicely with others.