use cases — Regular general admission tickets — Reserved seating tickets — Queued tickets for big sales — VIP tickets ("meet and greet") — Merchandise addons (Ticket + album = 10% discount) — We have a lot of stores in the wild
— Most of those lines are tied directly to Angular — Many dependencies outdated due to lack of maintanance over past 6 months — A store that cannot be broken at any point (we sell tickets pretty much continuously)
combination of Makeﬁles, misc command line tools and Browserify. This was hard for us to follow and was very brittle. We moved to Webpack which lead to reduce build times, smaller bundles and got us more inline with the rest of the community.
and React oﬀers a much better component model that ﬁts our ideas of how to build so#ware" "React's lifecycle methods and small API is easier for developers to learn" "React's state model is less magical; its unidirectional data ﬂow really simpliﬁes code and makes it easier to reason about"
new feature, or bug ﬁx, it's hard and takes a long time to ﬁx and have conﬁdence that we've not inadvertently broken anything else" "This migration will enable us to have a leaner, stable codebase which we will have more conﬁdence in and be able to build features and ﬁx bugs more quickly"