In the latest episode of The Omni Show we have a big panel — including Ken Case — and we talk about how OmniFocus for the Web came to be, both its history and how we’re actually building it.
The service is made up of several components: a front end written in React, coordinators in Python, a (previously-built) push notification service in Go — and OmniFocus itself, which is written in Objective-C and Swift.
How did we manage all this? How does it all work together? What’s next? Listen to the podcast to find out! (Or read it, because we always provide a transcript.)