May 23 2019

Opening Day

Aerial view of a baseball stadium Introduction Since one of its earliest releases, I have been a rabid fan of an indie computer game called Out of the Park Baseball (OOTP). OOTP is a video game that allows a player to manage his favorite baseball

Joe DelCioppio
Jun 07 2018

Automating Internationalization Workflow in Emacs

A lot of projects we work on at MojoTech require the UI to be accessible in many different locales. Recently we have been working with a global retailer to build an internationalized React client for their B2B ordering platform. One of the core

Dylan Kirby
May 23 2018

Integrating Netlify's Split Testing with Google Analytics

Introduction Running A/B tests are pretty straightforward. Pick an A/B testing platform, set up some JavaScript snippets, and start making your changes through the provided editor. It works great for testing copy and small HTML/CSS changes, but

Brandyn Morelli
Nov 17 2017

TypeScript Generics for React Components

TypeScript provides some nice facilities for quick and easy error detection when writing React components. Writing React components in TypeScript isn’t hard, but getting the most out of higher-order components in TypeScript can be a bit tricky,

Daniel Wilson
May 25 2017

React Toolkit

As React advocates, we've used React on a number of client projects, put on a two-day symposium, and frequently share our thoughts on the framework and community here on this blog. Whether you're new to React or using it every day, it's valuable to

Jul 22 2016

Fabric Integration for React Native on Android

So, you’ve built a React Native app on Android that is going to change everything. Soon the fateful day arrives when you must release it into the wild, like a chick leaving the nest. chicken leaving the nest A few hours in, you have a user email

Jun 21 2016

A Look Back at React Europe

A few of us at MojoTech recently attended the 2016 React Europe conference in Paris, France. It was a great opportunity to hear from and interact with developers all around the world who are building things with React. Let me share with you some of

May 31 2016

React and Reflux in 5 minutes

One of the fastest-changing areas in web development is front-end JavaScript frameworks. Once you've figured out which framework to use, there is the daunting task of identifying best practices. Here's why we picked React/Reflux, and how we made it

Apr 08 2016

From React to React Native in 5 minutes

Over the past few days, I’ve had the opportunity to build a mobile application for both Android and iOS mobile devices. Constrained by time, and being familiar with React JS, I decided to implement the applications using React Native. React Native

Mar 29 2016

React and Redux a la carte

We were working with a client who was developing a brand new app. Like many startups, the client was interested in a lean approach at first and wanted to quickly create a proof of concept that would also entice early clients of their own. To develop