Photoshop, VS Code & Co: How to write web-based productivity apps with Project Fugu

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Photoshop is one, Illustrator is one, Visual Studio Code is one too: we’re talking about productivity applications that run on the web. This has been made possible by new interfaces that Project Fugu, a joint effort by Microsoft, Google, and Intel has introduced to the Web. In this session, Christian Liebel from Thinktecture shows you how Adobe and Microsoft have brought their applications to the web. As a member of the capabilities chapter team of the 2021 HTTP Almanac, which examined over 7 million pages for the use of modern web interfaces, Christian will show you the surprising use cases developers have already implemented using Project Fugu.

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