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GitHub Unveils Teletype Code Collaboration Tool

Thursday Nov 16th 2017 by Developer.com Staff

The new open source tool works with the Atom text editor.

GitHub has launched Teletype, a new open source project that enables code collaboration. Teletype works with Atom, GitHub's hackable text editor, to allow real-time code sharing for remote teams.

Nathan Sobo, an Atom team member, blogged, "At the dawn of computing, teletypes were used to create a real-time circuit between two machines so that anything typed on one machine appeared at the other end immediately. Following in these electro-mechanical footsteps, Teletype for Atom wires the keystrokes of remote collaborators directly into your programming environment, enabling conflict-free, low-latency collaborative editing for any file you can open in Atom."

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