As someone who loves strongly typed programming languages, I find this update massively useful in terms of functionality, structure, and efficiency. @bskinner nailed it when mentioning the many use cases, but expanding on that, this is not only useful for Anytype the application, but also from a perspective of information storage going forward. There is massive potential for applications interfacing with this type of information storage (I am just imagining the construction of a contacts app which interfaces with a contacts object set). I’ve also been impressed by the rather refined state it has ended up in our hands, its impressive.
Excellent work from all of you at @anytype!