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

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Take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library. Register here and join us on 6/23:

  • Carlos Souza is a course instructor at Code School.
  • When he is not typing code at Code School, you may find him speaking at or attending conferences.
  • Working on ES2015, React, Node and Ruby on Rails content for Code School, Carlos has years of experience as a full-stack developer and regularly speaks at conferences and community meetups.
  • Sergio Cruz is an application developer who is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge.
  • We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.

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There are a seemingly endless number of new JavaScript frameworks and libraries to pay attention to and it’s often hard to decide which one is best for your project or workflow. In this screencast, we take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library and explore its learning curve, performance, and real-world uses by businesses like Paypal and Airbnb. We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.


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