We’ve built a lot of websites over the years, and in that time we’ve had the chance to work with many different technologies. From ExpressionEngine to Wordpress, we’ve worked with it all, and through everything we have settled on Craft as our go to Content Management System (CMS).
In this article I want to provide an introduction to React JS, for those of you interested in the latest and greatest, but potentially a little hesitant to jump into something so new and different.
Between the rise of CSS preprocessors, frontend frameworks like Foundation and Bootstrap, and the nearly de facto requirement for all sites to be responsive, the style-specific code we’re writing is far beyond adding link tags into the head of your HTML.
At the beginning of the year when we started developing Greenhouse Go Carbon Planner, we were met with complex interwoven relationships we needed to abstract. We chose Backbone and Marionette.js because of their flexibility and lack of assumptions, and we haven't looked back.
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