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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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Create Enhanced Customer Experiences With React

Written by Kyle Gordon

DX3, Canada’s leading technology, digital marketing and retail event took place on March 8 and 9. Rangle was there to help marketers, brands and retailers understand how technology is affecting the customer journey, and how they can use technology and measurement to their business advantage. Through stage sponsorship, a booth explaining our lean eCommerce messaging and a speaking session by Doug Riches, Group Technology...

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Why Rangle Builds Native Mobile Apps Using JavaScript

Written by Kyle Gordon

With Ranglers setting up shop at Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona, it seems like a fitting opportunity to weigh in on a few questions we commonly hear: should brands develop mobile apps in Native code or a JavaScript framework and what implications does this have on business? When clients come to us looking for mobile app development, it’s our responsibility to educate...

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Migrating an Angular 1 Application to React

Written by Miguel Vesco

As Angular 1 applications continue to grow, scaling the UI and adding increasingly complex features tends to get challenging quickly. Depending on the use case and amount of information required to be processed, this can lead to performance degradation, troubles with interactivity, rendering slowdowns and race conditions if those complexities aren’t handled properly (and sometimes even if they are). Why React? This post wasn’...

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