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Microsoft looks to make Teams screen-sharing more interactive with Live Share

Looking to make screen-sharing more interactive so colleagues can collaborate using third-party apps directly in Teams video meetings, Microsoft this week unveiled Live Share, a Teams SDK extension that’s now in preview. It lets developers customize applications so users can co-edit and co-create while on a call together.

Announced Tuesday at Microsoft’s Build conference, Live Share uses Microsoft’s JavaScript-based Fluid Framework and is hosted on the Azure Fluid Relay cloud service and allows developers to build apps without writing back-end code.

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Source:: Computerworld