Liveblocks uses Plasmo to deliver a real-time debugger for collaborative apps to their users

Liveblocks, the real-time collaboration infrastructure for developers, has recently launched a browser extension using Plasmo, providing real-time visualization of Liveblocks data for developers. Liveblocks makes it 10x easier to build collaborative experiences in web apps through its APIs and tools. The browser extension was created by Liveblocks' developers, Vincent Driessen and Marc Bouchenoire. It was built with the Plasmo Framework, making the process of creating the browser extension easier and more efficient. Read on to discover the journey of Liveblocks' Plasmo browser extension.

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