Microsoft Teams 2.0 Will Use Half The Memory
During the #Windows11 event on June 24, we announced that we will integrate Teams Consumer in the operating system. Alongside this announcement, Rish Tandon, CVP, Teams Engineering, posted on Twitter about changes coming to Microsoft Teams Consumer architecture: moving from the Electron platform to Edge Webview 2, switching from Angular to “100%” on React.js for the new version of Teams and leveraging apollo graphql.
With this change, we are taking a major step in #MicrosoftTeams Teams architecture. We are moving away from Electron to Edge Webview2. Teams will continue to remain a hybrid app but now it will be powered by #MicrosoftEdge. Also Angular is gone. We are now 100% on reactjs.
We are also on apollo graphql. And we are going to continue to contribute back to apollo, graphql, reactjs, chromium.
What does it mean?