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馃帀馃帀 [Sticky] Who uses MobX? 馃帀馃帀 #681

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mweststrate opened this Issue Nov 22, 2016 · 90 comments

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mweststrate commented Nov 22, 2016

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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mweststrate commented Nov 22, 2016

  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...

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pqr commented Nov 22, 2016

  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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jorilallo commented Nov 22, 2016

  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.

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genaby commented Nov 23, 2016

  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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dettier commented Nov 23, 2016

  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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@uweg

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uweg commented Nov 23, 2016

  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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DarkoKukovec commented Nov 23, 2016

  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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benjamingr commented Nov 23, 2016

  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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andreasbergqvist commented Nov 23, 2016

  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.
@cheapsteak

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cheapsteak commented Nov 24, 2016

  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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winterbe commented Nov 24, 2016

  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
@KatSick

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KatSick commented Nov 24, 2016

  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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kiejo commented Nov 25, 2016

  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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donaldpipowitch commented Nov 25, 2016

  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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mattruby commented Dec 1, 2016

  1. Room & Board
  2. image
  3. We use MobX on our product page extensively.
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johnwook commented Dec 1, 2016

  1. Trillionaire

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  1. We use MobX for our React Native app, and for SPA of our admin and agencies. LOC is roughly about 15K.

Thank you for writing MobX! 馃槃

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gkaemmer commented Dec 1, 2016

  1. PatientBank

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3. We use MobX on some very small SPAs, and we're planning on converting everything to it as we migrate away from angular 1.

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Hypercubed commented Dec 1, 2016

  1. RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies (CLST)

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  1. Project 蠂: A modular open-source toolkit for building web and electron data visualization applications
  2. https://github.com/Hypercubed/Project-Chi , https://github.com/Hypercubed/chi-datapackage
@liron00

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liron00 commented Dec 1, 2016

  1. Nosy - https://nosy.chat
  2. Nosy logo
  3. Stick your nose into other people's conversations. 10k LOC
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RandallKent commented Dec 7, 2016

  1. Cypress.io - https://www.cypress.io
  2. Cypress.io Logo
  3. Developer Tool
  4. Working towards open sourcing. Keep an eye on https://github.com/cypress-io/cypress
@ascoders

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ascoders commented Dec 8, 2016

  1. gaeaEditor
  2. image
  3. A scalable web page editor.
  4. We use MobX everywhere.
@timothyallan

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timothyallan commented Dec 8, 2016

  1. SeekBeak.com, Facebook Link

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  1. Web based platform that allows you to easily add interactive content to panoramic and 360掳 images. 100% parity between desktop + mobile, and the editor and viewer are all using MobX with 11k .js LOC!
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capaj commented Jan 10, 2017

  1. Brand Embassy
  2. Brand Embassy
  3. Big SPA which is developed by a team of 6-7 frontend devs for customer support over social networks.
@mohsen1

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mohsen1 commented Jan 11, 2017

https://ride.lyft.com/ is built using Preact, TypeScript and MobX

@arackaf

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arackaf commented Jan 17, 2017

We were literally able to move to React only because of MobX. KnockoutJS code to Redux would have been too huge a hurdle.

Thank you so much for making it!

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kuuup-at-work commented Jan 19, 2017

  1. socoto
  2. socoto
  3. Multiple maps for managing advertising campaigns integrated as modules in our main product.
@ranzwix

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ranzwix commented Jan 21, 2017

  1. wix.com

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  1. Internal marketing offering management system. it's a team size project, and we really enjoyed
    using mobx, it made us run through development much faster, and added simplicity to our tests.
    Its not a public repo, so I'm afraid I cannot share our code. Our planning is to keep using it for
    our next projects, and share our experience with the rest of the teams here at Wix.
@ehartford

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ehartford commented Feb 4, 2017

  1. Amazon AWS
  2. Internal network topology testing tool. Probably 20,000 loc.
@vstlouis

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vstlouis commented Feb 7, 2017

  1. Internal application with about 50,000 loc using React / MobX.
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hccampos commented Feb 7, 2017

  1. Pix4d
  2. pix4d-logo-simplypowerful-p376-p447_no_tag1
  3. Not yet released application written in Angular and using MobX and ng2-mobx. Team of 3 on the frontend.
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leighhalliday commented Mar 12, 2018

  1. FlipGive - https://www.flipgive.com/
  2. flipgive-logo-on-white 1
  3. FlipGive is an online fundraising platform where you buy stuff online and earn money back for your team. We're a 4 person team working on a 5+ year old Ruby on Rails app which has a few pages running on React. State management is in MobX. Currently we're building a React Native app which also uses MobX for state management.
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Rabsztok commented Mar 20, 2018

  1. Untitled Kingdom
  2. logo uk-01
  3. Untitled Kingdom is a software development company using service design approach. Our web team currently consists of 4 developers and we've been using MobX for exactly one year so far in projects such as Facets Edge. We're also developing Arboris, a MST middleware that helps with applying server-side-rendering in our applications.
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mthurlin commented Mar 22, 2018

  1. DICE (EA)
  2. No, sorry
  3. Most of the UI in Battlefield 1 is created in TypeScript with a React custom renderer. We started using MobX for state about 2 years ago. The project size is around 1000 React components, with 644 observables, 621 actions, 598 computed values and 729 observers :)
  4. Closed source. But you can see it in action in the game, or on Youtube. For example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4SJFNSUbE8
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carlos-lopez commented Mar 23, 2018

  1. Tutellus.io
  2. image
  3. We use it on several internal projects and tools of varying size. We'll be using it to manage one of the world's biggest learning platforms. The public web page is small, and that's one of the things we like about it, it's not overkill to add it to small projects and scales well to bigger ones.
  4. https://www.tutellus.io
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rossipedia commented Mar 23, 2018

  1. Stack Overflow
  2. Stack Overflow
  3. We're using MobX to power a couple internal React UIs that help us manage runtime settings and employee facing control panels (closed source atm).
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benjamingr commented Mar 23, 2018

@rossipedia if you ever need help, I'm usually in the JavaScript chatroom (that would also love a MobX rewrite hint hint) - there is a bunch of us at https://chat.stackoverflow.com/rooms/17/javascript

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LinusU commented Mar 24, 2018

  1. Ctrl Alt Deseat

  2. ctrl-alt-deseat

  3. Our two public facing applications: deseat.me and ctrlpanel.io.

    Deseat.me is a tool for cleaning up your online presence, we are using MobX to keep all the state, including routing and to synchronize data from multiple sources.

    Ctrlpanel is a password manager in which we are using MobX to keep all data in a centralized place and make sure that all views clear them self out when we remove the unencrypted data from memory.

  4. The apps are available at deseat.me and ctrlpanel.io, we hope to release the source code in the future as we are slowly open sourcing parts of our apps here on GitHub

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lukeautry commented Mar 24, 2018

  1. ERC dEX

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3. ERC dEX is a decentralized (peer-to-peer) trading platform for Ethereum tokens. It is essentially a single page dashboard that hooks up to a ton of real-time events. We probably have about 100,000 lines of TypeScript in total.

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wcandillon commented Mar 25, 2018

sketch-elements

React Native Sketch Elements is an implementation of Sketch Elements in React Native. All states are done in MobX and we inject stores for states which are horizontal to different components (theming, music player).

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stelro commented Mar 28, 2018

  1. Efestio
  2. Real Estate worldwide.
  3. Our front-end is a React, MobX, and MaterialUI. The codebase is about 60K. We also do server-side rendering, code-splitting, and multilingual support. We use also google-maps but many of the features like info-labels, markers, and auto-panning are entirely custom and made from scratch.
    The team is composed currently of 1 front-end developer ( Me), 1 backend-developer and 1 designer ( but only for graphics, not CSS and front-end stuff ).

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nowyTR commented Apr 6, 2018

Logo
Shuttout
Social Photography Contest platform.

Team: 1 frontend dev, 1 backend dev, 1 designer.
Frontend stack: React, MobX, Emotion, Router5

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mweststrate commented Apr 17, 2018

For all happy users in this thread: consider becoming a sponsor! https://opencollective.com/mobx

Mendix supports me doing the normal maintenance, but open collective sponsors enable me to take dedicated unpaid time off to make big improvements, like adding Proxy support, revamping docs etc!

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suhdev commented Apr 19, 2018

Sysdoc
Sysdoc

Jaguar Land Rover

Intranet and mandated internal content management and collaboration system.

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benjamingr commented Apr 19, 2018

Major props to coinbase (cc @jorilallo) for your $1500 opencollective donation :)

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LitemLegalTech commented May 18, 2018

  1. Litem.co.uk
  2. litem_logo_final
  3. Lone developer
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hillmanov commented Jun 12, 2018

Grow

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ignaciosegura commented Jul 6, 2018

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Bouncerback, by Nik Nak Studio, is an old-school videogame about bouncing atoms and having to pay attention to too many things at the same time. Besides being fully playable, the game is also a research on Javascript boundaries regarding SVG graphics, audio performance and audio/graphics synchronicity. The whole game state, including the internal clock to keep all game and audio events in sync, is managed by MobX.

Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=es.niknak.bouncerback

Play in browser: http://bouncerback.niknak.es/

Code is public and available on Github: https://github.com/ignaciosegura/bouncerback

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Enitoni commented Jul 12, 2018

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WaveDistrict. An upcoming audio platform where anyone can upload their audio. It's similar to SoundCloud but a main difference is that it's supposed to be more community oriented, where the focus is creators, not profit.

The project is currently a work in progress, but you can view the web client here and all state management is done with MobX, the source is available at our gitlab repo.

As for size, it's a small project by myself and my friend developers, I started it back in 2016.

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wcamarao commented Jul 13, 2018

Curated is an indexed dataset of popular GitHub issues ranked by user reactions. It's written in Golang and React with UI state managed by MobX. Some sample queries below.

Newest issues across all repos with primary language of choice, e.g.:
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https://curated.github.io/?sortBy=createdAt&match=repoLanguage&q=Rust

Most loved issues across all repos of a given organisation, e.g.:
https://curated.github.io/?sortBy=heart&match=repoOwnerLogin&q=Microsoft
https://curated.github.io/?sortBy=heart&match=repoOwnerLogin&q=kubernetes

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colshacol commented Jul 15, 2018

Unfortunately, I currently work in an extremely Redux heavy environment. I don't know how many years it will take for me to muster up the courage to refactor all of the code supporting our 160,000 LOC of Redux state. >.>

That said, I introduced Mobx when I worked on Verizon's Cloud Platform (mostly internal facing dashboards with a bit of data virtualization).

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Soon after leaving Verizon, I held a position at Sabre where I introduced Mobx into a few small internal facing apps and then, more importantly, I built up the MVP for their upcoming flagship product (customer facing, AI derived dashboard).

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Lastly, I introduced Mobx into the projects that I lead at Zyston, an information security startup. (Moarrrr dashboards and data vis, customer facing.)

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While I don't think I can speak on behalf of these companies now nor request that their logos be used in the README, I just wanted to share the places I had been with Mobx by my side. :)

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chemitaxis commented Sep 21, 2018

Hi!! We are using Mobx & Mobx State Tree on Genially

Genial.ly

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pedsmoreira commented Oct 2, 2018

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A collaborative recruiting software for small businesses to hire big talent.

About the project

It's a small team of a UX/UI Designer, an SEO/digital strategist, and a full-stack programmer.

The project is built with Rails for the API and React + Mobx + a few other libraries of mine on the frontend.

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IjzerenHein commented Oct 9, 2018

The ARION running App and web Dashboard now also use MobX and Firestorter 馃

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https://www.arion.run

@tristanisme

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tristanisme commented Nov 16, 2018

  1. Canva

  2. https://mobx.js.org/docs/canva.png

  3. Canva is a web based design tool with more than 10m active users and 3000+ Typescript files (mid 2018).

  4. https://www.canva.com/

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ItamarShDev commented Nov 16, 2018

Koalys

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http://www.audyx.com/en/

Koalys is the first Web platform for audiology professionals. Our vision is to provide breakthrough technology and software to audiology professionals. Our main goal is to help them diagnose and offer effective solutions to hearing impairment. With Koalys, audiology professionals easily perform online the most advanced hearing tests, and provide their patients with accurately adjusted hearing aids and personalised care.

Koalys has as small team of 5 developers.

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ATranDev commented Nov 28, 2018

1.Hitex Global
2.logo-black

  1. Hitex Global is a network of 40 young and passionate software engineers. Our services include: AI &Big data; Web system development ;Game development & operation and Mobile development.
  2. https://www.hitexglobal.com/
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