The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

55:23 min
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    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.
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    The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

    April 27, 2021
    55:23 min

    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.
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    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.
    Speaker(s)
    Alex Adamec
    Sr. Software Engineer
    J.B. Hunt
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    Alex Adamec

    Alex is a lead Software Engineer at J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. where he works on the industry leading freight matching app, Carrier 360. Since joining J.B. Hunt in 2018, he has, among other things, helped re-platform the Carrier 360 app and championed automated end-to-end testing. Alex enjoys playing disc golf, spending time with his family, and calling the hogs.

    Anton Hooker
    Customer Success Manager
    Bugsnag
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    Anton Hooker

    Anton is a Customer Success Manager at Bugsnag, where he partners with customers to help drive Bugsnag adoption and usage, and turns engineering teams into rock stars. His past professional experience ranges from Professional Services, Implementation, Project Management, and Consulting with both HR and Analytics software companies. A self-proclaimed California lifer, when he is not chasing around his 2 young children, he enjoys running, proper football, and dabbling in craft beer and hot sauce creations.

    The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

    On-demand

    The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

    55:23 min

    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.
    On-demand

    The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

    55:23 min

    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.

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    Speaker(s)
    Alex Adamec
    Sr. Software Engineer
    J.B. Hunt
    Read bio
    ×
    Alex Adamec

    Alex is a lead Software Engineer at J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. where he works on the industry leading freight matching app, Carrier 360. Since joining J.B. Hunt in 2018, he has, among other things, helped re-platform the Carrier 360 app and championed automated end-to-end testing. Alex enjoys playing disc golf, spending time with his family, and calling the hogs.

    Anton Hooker
    Customer Success Manager
    Bugsnag
    Read bio
    ×
    Anton Hooker

    Anton is a Customer Success Manager at Bugsnag, where he partners with customers to help drive Bugsnag adoption and usage, and turns engineering teams into rock stars. His past professional experience ranges from Professional Services, Implementation, Project Management, and Consulting with both HR and Analytics software companies. A self-proclaimed California lifer, when he is not chasing around his 2 young children, he enjoys running, proper football, and dabbling in craft beer and hot sauce creations.

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    The Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to React Native

    React Native is a widely used mobile development platform that launched in 2015. It uses JavaScript and React to build native apps, making it an extremely popular option for organizations hoping to save time and maximize resources. In 2018, the American transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt decided to adopt React Native on their Android and iOS apps. In this webinar, we’ll hear the story of their journey. This session will cover:

    • The evaluation criteria used by J.B. Hunt’s mobile engineering team and the business case for deciding to adopt React Native.
    • The considerations and goals set by J.B Hunt during the migration, such as maintaining feature parity and training requirements.
    • Lessons learned two years post-migration, including a reflection on the decision to migrate and the migration process.
    55:23 min

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