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React was chosen because it is the main stack the client team worked with. Moreover, the expansion of the Team was much easier than with other libraries or frameworks. It is also one of the fastest solutions on the market with huge support from both Facebook and the community.
MobX was chosen because of the more flexible service approach for solving business problems on the project. Instead of Flux which promotes Redux.
Typescript was chosen because it greatly helps to avoid unnecessary errors during development. The beginning of the project is a little delayed due to the initial settings, but then further development and support of the current code becomes much easier than without typescript. Also, adding a new developer to the team will not require additional time to understand what data structures come to us and what and where is used because of types and interfaces.
Node.js was chosen as the microservice architecture was conceived. Writing small services on node.js is fast enough and the Team extension is also quite simple. Besides, the customer team had more experienced specialists in this technology.
The development process at Computools is creative and innovative. Even with the use of ready-made or well-known solutions, the execution of tasks may require additional ideas and their implementation.
The desktop and mobile versions were launched almost simultaneously. After carrying out all the necessary tests and approving all the edits, the finished pages were launched. Previously, preparatory work and settings for a successful launch were carried out.
The code was transferred from the internal servers to the customer’s servers in accordance with the agreed terms and rules. At each stage, additional checks of the stability and performance of the code were made. The final check after the transfer confirmed that everything was successful.
To work with the finished product did not require additional training of customer personnel. Computools team suggested creating tutorials or guides if necessary.