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A new year a new release of #ssb-browser. As part of the #ngipointer grant, over the christmas holiday I spent some time getting ssb-browser-core and ssb-browser-demo updated to use ssb-db2 and the latest jitdb. I'm really happy with the results from the perspective of an application developer as the new jitdb syntax is a lot easier to write and understand. Visually from the end users perspective there is no change in this release.

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The architecture in ssb-browser-core now looks like this:

browser-core-architecture.jpg

Boxes represent modules, some internal to browser-core and some external. Ellipses in gray represents overall areas and are thus not modules.

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Voted A new year a new release of #ssb-browser. As part of the #ngipointer grant,
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