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Who uses MobX? #681

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Who uses MobX? #681
Nov 22, 2016 · 119 comments

Hi all! Curious to know who is using MobX! It would be really appreciated if you:

  1. Share your company name
  2. Share your logo (in which case it might be used in the readme / frontpage etc)
  3. What kind of project? How large? (code base size or team size)
  4. If your project is open source or public, please share a link!

And of course, feel free to become a MobX backer :)

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  1. Mendix
  2. Application studio to build enterprise grade administrative applications in a WYSIWIG manner + SDK for third party integrators with our backend
  3. Will be in beta soon...

mendix-logo

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  1. Forward Exp - International Freight Forwarder (mostly Ocean Freight Container Shipments)
  2. Forward Exp Logo
  3. Project is internal web-based CRM/BPM (business process management). Not SPA, but it has a lot of interactive widgets/dialogs: net price and quotation calculation, finance control, invoice management. In past we used Angular 1.x, then React+Rudux, now React+MobX - the best for applications with many calculations and derived data. React+MobX codebase is about 10K LOC, team: 2 people.
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  1. Coinbase
  2. Leading bitcoin brokerage platform
  3. We have 3 different teams using Mobx across the organization. The largest deployment of Mobx is within coinbase.com where we migrated several key views from Rails into React and Mobx including our new user dashboard and trading options.

coinbase

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  1. Productive Edge
  2. Digital Consultancy (Web, Mobile and Software Development Firm)
  3. Multiple SPA applications (will disclose customer application links after their approval). Smallest front-end project at this moment consists of 40K LOC, Teams: 1-3 front-end developers.

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  1. 2M2.RU
  2. Russian real-estate classifieds website.
  3. Our front-end is a React + MobX single-page app with codebase of about 30K LOC. We also do server-side rendering and code-splitting.

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  1. Encodo
  2. Currently, we have two projects:
  • The web client of our application framework (React + MobX). It is still in development and the team is 2 developers.
  • Our new website (React + MobX). It is also still in development; the link above will show our old PHP based website.
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  1. Infinum
  2. infinum-logo
  3. Since July of 2016, 12 developers worked on 15+ projects using React + MobX (7 of those were TypeScript projects). We also held a bootcamp last year, where we taught 17 students to use React + MobX (and plan to do it this year also)
  4. The projects are not open-source, but we open sourced libraries we made to structure our data libs for handling JSON API on @infinum org
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  1. TipRanks
  2. ...
  3. About half a dozen projects ranging from fairly small (3-5 days of development) to larger (several months). Nothing too huge though.
  4. You can see our mobx in several places, for example in Netwealth http://netwealth.com.au/ if you sign up to a free research account and go to US research.
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  1. itiden
  2. itiden logo
  3. Small in-page React components, more complex React application and React Native applications.
  4. Currently none public or open source.
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  1. Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

  2. image

  3. We've started using this on a few greenfield projects, 2 front-end team members

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  1. Pondus
  2. pondus-logo-lg-1
  3. We use Mobx in our main product, a mature web application which is in production for 8 years now. We also use Mobx in our native mobile app for iOS and Android on top of React Native. Team size: 9 developers
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  1. Strikersoft
  2. Strikersoft
  3. We use only Mobx in our React\Preact based projects. We wrote 2 large enterprise projects (20K LOC +) with team size from 1 to 3 developers.
  4. https://qmp1090.se/home
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  1. Nuclino
  2. logo_red_rectangle
  3. We're using MobX and React for our single-page application, which is about 20K LOC.
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  1. Mercateo
  2. image
  3. We use MobX for several React-based i18n'ed applications (mostly dashboard-like and form driven, some more content driven).
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  1. Room & Board
  2. image
  3. We use MobX on our product page extensively.
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@StephenHaney So cool! Tools like Modulz are like the 100% perfect use-case!

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  1. Dataform

  2. dataform

  3. Dataform is a sql based data pipeline tool. Team Size: 7 people

  4. Mobx is being used on our main public application: https://app.dataform.co
    We have also shared our use case of MobX here: https://dataform.co/blog/how-we-use-mobx-to-solve-our-frontend-state/

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Curology is on a mission to make effective skincare accessible. We offer formulations prescribed by a licensed dermatology provider that are customized for each patient’s unique skin goals. We’re available in most of the United States, and are based in San Francisco, San Diego, and remote.

Our 20+ engineering team uses MobX in almost every product application. We have 165k LOC of JavaScript and TypeScript. We love MobX, and recently became Silver Sponsors on Open Collective 🙂

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  1. Ergodox-ez
  2. ergodox-logo
  3. We make keyboards, and cut them in half. (We have a chocolate bar board as well). We're a 5 people team + a hw partner.
  4. I used mobx and mobx-state-tree to build our online configuration tool.
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  1. status101
  2. 2 members team. Used on all projects (~50Kloc).
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  • We’re using MobX at Radity

  • logo-midnight@3x

  • Radity develops digital products and build web and mobile applications (20 Team members)

Thanks for such an amazing work!

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  1. Oracle
  2. Oracle_rgb_#c74634
  3. Used in Analytics Visualizations, its ease of use and great performance has so far thwarted any attempts to replace it since my group was acquired a few years ago.
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  1. Baidu

  2. image

  3. Many Internal Projects, but the mobx of version which we used was so lowest than this moment, it was 4.x. Because it's so newest when the seed project built

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no mobile apps yet? 🤓

  1. myhunt (biggest app for hunters in europe)

  2. image
  3. React Native App with a lot (!) of users: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/myhunt-hunting-ground-app/id1444992701

edit: ~7 developers

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  1. Bidvine

  2. logo_purple

  3. 5 web devs on our team, company size of about 30, over 100k lines of code for our frontend so far. MobX is awesome - very glad I had picked it over Redux when setting up the project initially.

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  1. Global CTO Forum

  2. global-cto-forum

  3. Global CTO Forum connects world's leading CTOs and technology stakeholders.

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  1. Central Tech
  2. 36312678_2288106961416641_8301289979137490944_o (1)
  3. React Native Application C Coin.
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  1. draftkings
  2. draftkings-online.
  3. SPA along with React , very large code base with huge teams, mobx handling the state of our front end.
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I normally don't enter entries myself, but this is too much fun to omit: https://keezersquest.nl/, a Dutch game to find the best matching political party (there are currently 33 in the Netherlands) for the national elections

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Just to add to the party again :)

I now work for:

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(different group from the outlook post above :))

We use MobX extensively on a project worked on by ±100 developers to drive our reactivity inside security.microsoft.com - they picked MobX (good call 😅 ) before I joined. React+MobX replaces a big Angular project that is/was being rewritten.

It's a pretty big project, possibly the biggest MobX codebase I've seen thus far.

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