This Thursday May 20th is our monthly Demo Day, with an overview of how we’re talking about Fission and what we’re seeing people use it for, product updates, plus app and feature demos from the team and the community.
We’ll be covering:
Decentralized Identity Foundation: Fission is joining DIF as an official member. We’ll talk about our upcoming DID interop and work on the new personal data store working group.
VS Code Plugin: We’ve updated and re-released our VS Code plugin. Create apps and publish directly to a fission.app subdomain directly within VS Code.
Account Backup: our secure account backup is in progress, and we’ll show you a beta version of securely and trustlessly storing backups to recover access to your account, without Fission having access to your data.
Jeremy Ruston will join us to demo various new features that he’s working on with TiddlyWiki.
As well as other updates and discussion about the Fission’s edge identity, data, and other open source building blocks.