Is there a performance/memory comparison between Yjs in node and Yrs?
We want to decide which one to use for a golang project. Yjs has more functionalities around it while requiring a node dependency. We want to see whether the performance/memory gain of using Yrs worth the additional developing effort or not.
This predates yrs but another option for golang apps is this library I wrote. It runs yjs in a v8 context within the go app.
In terms of memory and speed I’ve found it scales quickly with document size / number of edits. I flatten my yjs documents before saving to the database by converting them to text or json and throwing out the history to prevent endless document growth – with the cost of not being able to undo individual edits past the save point. But I save document revisions separately so at that grain users have the option to roll back to a previous save.