New Updates Made to Fluid Framework

Today announced at Microsoft Build 2020, Fluid Framework goes Open-Source, and introduced the 1st Fluid Framework integration into Microsoft 365, comes to and Outlook.

Microsoft announced the public preview of Fluid Framework at Ignite 2019, a set of tools for building cross-app collaboration on the web that allows simultaneous collaborators, building block-like files, and bot support
At the Microsoft Build 2020, the first-ever virtual Build event, Microsoft introduced the following new updates to the Fluid Framework
1. Microsoft introduced new updates to its Fluid Framework by making it Open-Source, allowing developers and creators to use key infrastructure from Fluid Framework in their own applications. Along with the release of additional developer documentation and tooling, this is an invitation for developers to work alongside Microsoft as Fluid Framework is built and released. 
The web-based framework of Fluid can now be used to instantly make your apps collaborative. It includes data structures that perform low-latency synchronization and relay service to connect endpoints. If you replace your static data structures with Fluid data structures, your app instantly supports real-time collaboration. 
2. The next important update that Fluid Framework will be getting is that Fluid Framework integration which was earlier available to only Microsoft 365, will now be available to Outlook and 
This update will enable you to collaborate on dynamic content and create connected components that can be shared simultaneously and seamlessly across apps. Tables, charts, and task lists can be easily inserted in Outlook for the web, so your sales numbers, project tasks, and research reports are always up to date. Within, Fluid workspaces can be created and managed, including within your document activity feed, Recommended list, and @mentions—or search for them across
And, because Fluid Framework components are lightweight, edits are instantaneous, empowering work to be fast and flexible. These experiences will be available to those with a Microsoft 365 enterprise license in the next few months.