Makin g your own applica tions
Some exciting projects include Brave, a web browser with ad-blocker built-in. The browser supports ad-blocking and even a micropayment system, which enables you to choose your favourite site and support them. Naturally, they support IPFS natively.
Another one is libp2p-webrtc-star, a project that aims to bring signalling to webrtc, which was never built with a method for peers to find each other. This was a deliberate choice to make sure they didn’t conflict with existing systems. Now webrtc has another alternative approach to finding each other. Then there’s peerpad, an editor. This editor is hosted on IPFS and can be edited by the people you invite, even though you own the files. This is an example that highlights a difference between other cloud document systems: this one can be shared even when only the two of you are connected to each other.
The possibilities of this new system are fascinating and getting your hand in now will give you the edge over your peers. What are you waiting for?