Makerist is an online platform for DIY/handicrafts enthusiasts (especially knitting, sewing, crochet). They sell video courses and tutorials as well as patterns and supplies on their platform and also offer different community/media resources (blog, user showcase, print magazine, …). We bootstraped and scaled the complete IT infrastructure of this startup from Berlin (web app, e-commerce, logistics) and trained an in-house development team that is running the system today. We also built a native app for the Makerist media content using ReactNative (see this blogpost).
ILPT offers digital fitness programs like Size Zero and Das 10 Wochen Programm for people that want professional support for getting fit. Railslove helped to maintain their mobile apps, with which you can watch exercise videos, manage your workout plans, discover healthy recipes etc. The mobile apps are built using the Ember framework and are shipped to users as web apps as well as hybrid native apps built with Cordova. The apps have offline-syncing realized with remotestorage. We also helped to maintain the Ember checkout applications that customers use to purchase the workout programs. The apps are internationalized as well as whitelabeled for 3 different markets currently (German, French, and Portuguese/Brazil).
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The balloonas wishlist helps parents plan their children's birthday parties by organizing all present wishes and giving the party guests the option to choose a present, so nobody receives duplicate presents anymore.
We created a first MVP of the application as one of our first React applications. Redux didn't exist yet, so we used Flummox instead.
For an easy data layer that also gives us the option of live updates in our application we used Firebase to store the wishlist's data.
Rigilog offers workwear management solutions with a full-service supply chain. The core component of their tool set - the ordering unit - was due for an overhaul. The goal: Customers should use it on desktop and mobile devices alike. Our part: a slick Single-Page Application Prototype. It's supposed to replace the old Flash application and enable mobile customers to use the product. We settled on React for its fast developing speed due to the ability to reuse components and its flexibility.