You Don't Know What You're Missing

Written by Megan Wheeler

Co-written with Sean May. The importance of user intelligence in giving the customer what they actually want. Once Upon a Time... Companies once rose and fell based on the word-of-mouth they could generate around their products. Business must have gotten much more complicated with the mass consumption of radio and magazines. The mom and pop shops, having figured out print branding, would have had a...

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Accessibility in Modern Web Applications

Written by Renee Vrantsidis

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), a day to raise awareness about accessibility and encourage development teams to make accessibility part of their practice. At Rangle, this is something that we are striving to do. We have helped several of our clients build accessibly, but it still represents a competing priority for many software projects. What developers, scrum masters and product owners should know...

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Is your eCommerce Platform Optimized to Drive Revenue?

Written by Megan Wheeler

A common dilemma for leaders with eCommerce platforms across industries is recognizing when their online shopping platform’s functionality is falling behind – or when the cost of keeping up is wasting valuable money and resources. You need to improve your platform if your current service is: Losing customers While there are many reasons why an online shopper might change their mind at checkout time, your...

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React Fiber: Reconciling the Rumours with the Facts

Written by Michael Faust

If modern JavaScript frameworks are your thing, you've probably heard people talking, recently, about React Fiber. It's possible that you are super-excited about the "next version" of React and can't wait to harness it to transform your apps into lightning-fast testaments to the power of the modern web. Then again, considering the frustratingly-fast pace at which JavaScript frameworks spawn, evolve, and die, it is also...

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Image Caching in React Native

Written by Dylan Vann

Image loading is an important job of many Native applications for iOS and Android. We want to load images as quickly as possible, and to load them only once. Image When writing apps with React Native you have access to the built-in Image component. Image usage: <Image source={{ uri: 'https://facebook.github.io/react/img/logo_og.png' }} /> React Native's Image component handles...

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