What is Ditto?
It is a cross-platform peer-to-peer database that allows apps to sync with and even without internet connectivity. Install Ditto into your application, then use the APIs to read and write data into its storage system, and it will then automatically sync any changes to other devices.
Ditto is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
Who uses Ditto?
- Blazing fast peer-to-peer and client-server sync
- Concurrent edits and conflict resolution
- Offline Caching with an embedded database
- Cross platform support on Web Browsers, iOS, Android, IoT, and server side apps
- Replicating structured data and even small or large binary files
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