#ReactJS

Anahita Locations - Browse View, now with addresses #ReactJS #MaterialUI

Anahita Locations Browse

Locations Browse view. This was surprisingly easy using the new HOC approach. #ReactJS #MaterialUI

Comments in a stream

Implementing comments was a bit challenging and yet quite fun. This is the first iteration of comments with inline editing and actions. #Anahita #ReactJS #ReduxJS #MaterialUI #Comments
Spruced up media cards and added actions #Anahita #Hackathon #ReactJS #MaterialUI

Anahita Locations Read View

Locations Read View. This was quite simple and there was already a React component for rendering the map. #ReactJS #MaterialUI

An example of Hashtag view in Anahita React app

This is the first iteration of Hashtag Read view with the list of taggables. We also made improvements to the API and how the taggables JSON being constructed. The new changes will be in the next release of Anahita. #Anahita #Hackathon #Tags #Taggables #ReactJS #ReduxJS
Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

  • May 11 2019
It's that time of the week again. Let the fun begin #Anahita #Hackathon #ReactJS #ReduxJS #MaterialUI #DesignPatterns
Allowing comments on a stream came as a design pattern challenge at first, but the 5th idea worked well which was constructing a two level comment state tree where comments are grouped by parent ids. Now this approach is working too well which means whenever a comment is added all the stories on the stream with the same set of comments get updated. That means we need to make changes to the quer...

Scaling Up Anahita

People have asked us about how to scale up Anahita for hundreds of thousands or more users, also about a micro-services version of Anahita. No cloud application can by default scale up to a large number of users. Traditionally, Software-as-a-service or SAAS projects achieved this by throwing hardware and computing power at their production server. Today they use a dev-ops and release engineerin...

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