React isn't always the right tool for the job. Depending on many factors, including the complexity of what you're trying to build, your team's skill and experience, and what you've already built, React may be either overkill or insufficient. Most vendors won't tell you this! Make sure that you're working with a partner who will evaluate the best tool for the job, not hard sell React because it's all they know.
React is fantastic, but it's not a magic pill. You can't expect to give React to inexperienced, untrained devs and receive a highly functional, well-designed application. React requires a long term mentality. A smart team will invest up front, in training, guidance, and building out a solid infrastructure, which will make future development stress-free and efficient.
Our team collaborated with Freeosk to completely redesign and re-implement their application in React to better fit their business needs. Along with redeveloping the majority of their backend, our development services gave them greater flexibility to develop the experiences they wanted for their clients.
StackStorm helps its customers automate their DevOps, but their user interface was limited by an old version of Angular. Together with their users, our UX and development teams reimagined the interface, maintaining consistency in user experience and modularizing the system for future expansion.
QuikOrder processes online orders for numerous pizza companies, but their reporting systems were antiquated. Bitovi helped build out a new reporting platform that produces real-time charts and graphs to help them make critical business decisions.