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Jun 21, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

Build a Google Docs clone with React and Automerge

Madars Bišs Madars Bišs (aka Madza) is a technical writer. In his spare time, he loves to explore new topics and contribute to open-source web development.

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One Reply to "Build a Google Docs clone with React and Automerge"

  1. I followed the steps above but am getting the following error that I cant be able to resolve. Can you help me resolve it.

    ERROR in ./node_modules/@automerge/automerge-wasm/bundler/automerge_wasm_bg.js 27:40-58
    Can’t import the named export ‘memory’.’buffer’ (imported as ‘wasm’) from default-exporting module (only default export is available)

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