For those of you craving more Jeffrey content, I’ve written a few posts on my company’s blog this year. They’re both rather technical write-ups on upgrades and improvements I did to older React/Redux apps.
Upgrading an Ancient React Application
Read what it took to bring an early React app into the modern ecosystem.
How We Gave a Redux-powered React App a Speed Boost
A step-by-step guide on how we cleaned up some common Redux no-nos
I’m also primarily responsible for this Next.js-based project, which ended at the beginning of this year. I didn’t write the case study so it’s less techy and more about the project as a whole:
Bringing classic cars into the modern age: Goodbye Retool, Hello React
Kindred tears down and rebuilds classic cars, according to proprietary ‘blueprints’. Lab Zero helped transform the Kindred blueprinting process, tearing down and rebuilding it as a scalable, extensible React application.