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Dat Project Newsletter

June 2019


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On Dat://

Kicks Condor wrote about their experience using Dat and the Beaker Browser in their mixtape app Duxtape. The post goes over using Beaker, and structuring data / interactions for P2P applications

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WebXR Scenes hosted on Dat

Jin from the JanusVR has been playing around with loading scenes into Janus from Dat archives. They put together a collection of archives on Hashbase to showcase how easy it is to create and publish VR content with Janus and Dat.

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Opportunities for Decentralized Web Technologies in Education

Eric Jay Rangell wrote about some ideas they had for a project aimed at bringing decentralized technology to educators. The post has an overview of the features of Dat and how it can be useful to educational institutions.

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Easy Filesharing with Beaker Browser

dwblair wrote up a quick intro for sharing files with Beaker.

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Song Islands

Zach! and Angelica from the Secure Scuttlebutt community recently put together Song Islands using Beaker. In their words "This is a Song Island. It contains a song, some words, and a picture." You can fork their archive to create your own, or check out their template.

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Cabal Updates

The Cabal community has been busy this month with a bunch of new projects and updates. Cabal is a experimental p2p communitychat platform.

- cblgh put together cabal-headless to make it easier to build experiments on top of cabal.
- dwblair put together some cool visualizations of cabal networks using cabal-headless in cabal-netx and cabal-p5js
- cabal-desktop got a new release with new commands, settings, and bug fixes.

 



Python Implementation of Dat

decentral1se is starting work on implementing Dat using Python. They're going to start with implementing hypercore and multicast-dns. They're looking for contributors, and you can follow the progress here.

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