Building finance tools for the world's number one streaming platformView Case
Creating in depth site tours with ShepherdView Case
Refactoring a suite of apps and addons for clients to manage social mediaView Case
We worked hand in hand with the Mariana Tek dev team to develop several required features for a major client release. This included an initial scan of the codebase, the addition of several ESLint rules from eslint-plugin-ember, and updates of various dependencies. We enforced best practices at every turn, and ensured the code looked very consistent, no matter who wrote it.
We did several months of work with Scout, starting with updating to the latest versions of Ember and Ember CLI, adding Ember Suave, and adhering to the new set of ESLint rules. We worked extensively on the appointment scheduling aspects of the app, creating full screen overlays, using Ember Flatpickr, Ember Paper and Ember Power Select, to allow a customer or staff member to create or edit an appointment.
We first updated the greenlight.guru app to Ember 1.12, fixing deprecations as we went. After 1.12 was complete, we undertook the task of migrating a grunt based build to ember-cli. We finally updated the app to Ember 1.13 and fixed all the deprecations.
We worked on the Mentrs MVP from the ground up, starting with running 'ember new', and adding all the addons, ESLint plugins, template lintings, and doing all the initial work required to create an Ember app, rooted in the latest Ember standards. Features we implemented included everything from login and sign up, to class creation, and Stripe integration for paying to enroll in classes.
We helped Anvyl create a new messaging feature to allow brands and suppliers to communicate directly within the Anvyl app. This required us to implement many of the features people are used to, from apps like Slack, such as threaded replies, editing messages inline, user avatars, and much more! This feature greatly simplifies things for Anvyl users because they no longer have to leave the app to communicate about an order.