Current Openings

  • We need you to join us to scale up our team and build a great company with a product that will be used by thousands in the coming months.
  • Spendesk is a fast growing Fintech startup backed by eFounders and a great opportunity to work in one of the most creative and stimulating environment in Paris.
  • We see a crazy traction and adoption from our first customers who totally love our product.
  • You will be part of a strong family shaping the future of SaaS products.
  • We use the latest innovations in the banking industry to build a software that gives CFOs a complete control over their companyâ s spendings and provides employees with an awesome experience when they need to do professional purchases.

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Building React.js at Enterprise Scale – Medium

The challenges of building #ReactJS at enterprise scale:

  • In the post we will read through challenges we faced and the thought processes that go into breaking down monolith pages into smaller components.
  • Pause for a moment and think on how we could build smaller components to make a larger product page in our example above.
  • Are some smaller level blocks that can be extracted out into smaller building blocks.
  • In our legacy system, all of the UI was in a single template, making it harder to read code and make changes.
  • For example, consider the rating view on this product page.

Walmart has incorporated ReactJS & ReactToolset heavily into the various sites/web apps. React’s component-centric approach blends well in solving legacy stack problems, helping faster adoption and implementation cycles. Engineers like the fact that an entire app or page can be broken down into smaller blocks which are descriptive and re-usable UI elements.
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Building React.js at Enterprise Scale – WalmartLabs – Medium

Building React.js at Enterprise Scale (from the Walmart Labs @medium blog)  #reactjs

  • In the post we will read through challenges we faced and the thought processes that go into breaking down monolith pages into smaller components.
  • Pause for a moment and think on how we could build smaller components to make a larger product page in our example above.
  • Are some smaller level blocks that can be extracted out into smaller building blocks.
  • In our legacy system, all of the UI was in a single template, making it harder to read code and make changes.
  • For example, consider the rating view on this product page.

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Building React.js at Enterprise Scale – WalmartLabs – Medium