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Capgemini is currently using React to deliver a range of mobile, offline-first apps to a major UK car manufacturer. This talk will cover how we are transforming their supplier relationships, why we chose React over the alternatives, and how we create a reusable app architecture.
Follow up detail:
Why did we choose React over Angular and Meteor? How does React allow us to create a reusable app architecture?
What problem are we trying to solve?
The current project involves transforming the way that the client and their suppliers manage the supply of parts and the supplier relationship. This has historically been a manual process of phone calls, spreadsheets and hand-written notes, which has led to waste and delayed product launches.
Early prototyping and proof of concepts to cover a lot of issues around offline storage and syncing of data. Working closely with product owners and iterating of the product.
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Using React to drive change at a car maker.
Richard is Front End and Mobile Lead at Capgemini with responsibility for engineering quality and the adoption of appropriate technologies that can aid development and delivery.