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ECHO Database

Peer-to-peer data synchronization for real time and offline-first applications.

HALO Identity

Private, secure, and simple decentralized identity and verifiable credentials.

MESH Networking

Resilient snd secure peer-to-peer networks, peer discovery, NAT traversal.

KUBE Network

Peer-to-peer infrastructure that supports the operation of the DXOS network.


Command line and browser tools to create and publish applications, and manage KUBE network infrastructure.

Apps and Components

PWA project templates and React UI components.

ECHO in Action

This demonstrates how two peers would synchronize over ECHO (The Eventually Consistent Hierarhical Object store), a peer-to-peer graph database written in TypeScript.

Type in the boxes below to create new list items and experiment with the replication toggle to see how clients reconcile when returning from offline mode. Learn more about ECHO.

import { X } from '@phosphor-icons/react';
import React, { KeyboardEventHandler, useState } from 'react';

import { TextInput, Button, Checkbox, InputRoot, Label } from '@dxos/react-ui';
import { getSize } from '@dxos/react-ui-theme';
import type { PublicKey } from '@dxos/client';
import { useQuery, useSpace } from '@dxos/react-client';

import { Task } from '../proto';

const TaskList = ({ spaceKey, id }: { spaceKey: PublicKey; id: number }) => {
  const space = useSpace(spaceKey);
  const tasks = useQuery(space, Task.filter());
  const [input, setInput] = useState<HTMLInputElement>();

  const handleKeyDown: KeyboardEventHandler<HTMLInputElement> = (event) => {
    if (event.key === 'Enter' && space && input) {
      const task = new Task({ title: input.value });
      input.value = '';

  return (
    <div className='grow max-w-lg mbs-4 place-content-evenly'>
      <h2 className='mbe-2 font-bold'>{`Peer ${id + 1}`}</h2>
        <Label srOnly>Create new item</Label>
          placeholder='New item'
          ref={(e: HTMLInputElement) => setInput(e)}
        { => (
          <li key={} className='flex items-center gap-2 mbe-2 pl-3'>
              <Label srOnly>Complete {task.title}</Label>
              <Checkbox checked={!!task.completed} onCheckedChange={() => (task.completed = !task.completed)} />
            <div className='grow'>{task.title}</div>
            <Button variant='ghost' onClick={() => space?.db.remove(task)}>
              <X className={getSize(4)} />


The highlighted line above shows how easy it is to track state with ECHO.

Simply mutate objects received from ECHO as you would any regular JavaScript object, and the changes will propagate to all connected peers automatically. Read more about ECHO, mutations in TypeScript, and React.