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Our makers have spent an average of 5+ years in React and we're loving it. We're familiar with all of the popular React based frameworks, as well as used to creating custom setups.
Makers' Den played a key role in building our centralized moderation system. They're delivery-focused, consistently shipping high quality solutions. We found in them a partner we can trust to make the right architectural, technological and personnel decisions to best support our business interest.
Makers’ Den built bespoke frontends and APIs with Typescript/ReactJS/NodeJS which connect with Klarna’s existing services to deliver cutting edge payment journeys. Their engineers provided excellent on-site technical expertise, communication and a culture of transparency and consistent delivery for a full year.
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A look inside React fiber ➤
Korneliusz wrote the seminal guide on how React Fibre works before it was released. Still a good read for people who want to understand it under the hood.
Implementing a design system with React ➤
Harrison wrote down tips on the tools (typescript, styled-system, styled components, storybook, jest, rollup) and best practices he used when he implemented the custom design system for friday.de
FLIP animation in React ➤
Korneliusz presents the FLIP animation technique and how to implement achieve these UX friendly animations using React.
Carl did one of the first articles on RedwoodJS a day after its initial announcement. Get a glimpse on how it may become the Ruby on Rails of React development and dethrone it for rapid prototypes.