|author||Benjamin Lerman <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jan 03 12:00:48 2019 +0100|
|committer||Benjamin Lerman <email@example.com>||Thu Jan 03 12:00:48 2019 +0100|
[ledger] Fix use-after-move warning from clang-tidy The code was in fact correct because the moved token is replaced by the Capture afterwards, but it is better to please clang-tidy, and doesn't cost us more than a pointer move. LE-660 #done TEST=clang-tidy is not complaining anymore. Change-Id: I14826ae7557b7e48662975e2bf8f2d722dce1230
Peridot is a framework for composed, intelligent and distributed user experiences.
Applications not explicitly designed to interoperate (and possibly implemented in different programming languages) are ephemerally downloaded and dynamically composed to run in a shared context. The framework manages application lifecycle, resources and view hierarchy; and well as context and suggestion infrastructure.
State of Peridot experiences is transparently synchronized across user devices using a distributed offline-first storage system.