React is the main technology we use to write front-ends. Many of our projects are in React, we contribute to the open-source community, and give lectures on it, too. With our years of experience, your web app can shine.
React and related tools have a number of advantages that allow you to build a complex interactive app quickly and reuse code easily. By using the right technologies, your app will be done much sooner.
Our agile workflow allows you to make changes to the design as you see the app being put together.
We'll fly out to meet you and will make sure you’re well-informed throughout the entire process.
With a rich history of working with corporate clients worldwide, we know how to get your business needs met.
Pieces of the code are run through unit tests to make sure they’re working.
After every change in code, the entire app is tested. Cypress, a testing tool, makes this process fast and stable.
After each task, a QA expert looks through the result. Errors are found and fixed right away.
React is released.
Our first React experiment, a calculator component for a web app, makes our life much easier.
After a great first experience, we start working on our first full-fledged React front-end for ZaploDK. Most of our front-end team get to work on it and we all soon fall in love with React.
ZaploDK, our first React app, is released!
React Europe in Paris—at this point, we know we’re going to be using React as our main tech.
React Native starts supporting Android in addition to iOS. One can finally use it to make cross-platform apps.
Curious about this cutting-edge technology, we start building our first mobile app in React Native.
Lukáš Voda gives our first workshop on React—a 2-day course for 20 people in Riga.
After weeks of internal use and tweaking, we release BlueKit, an open-source project for managing React components.
We hold a meet-up about React Native to share our semester of experiences. For a young technology, it works surprisingly well.
Our first TypeScript project. We acquire a taste for statically-typed JS.
Avast asks us to train them in building a React stack.
Our first tailored training is led by A. Hackenberg and O. Bartas.
React keeps getting better, and we keep learning.