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Using React as Backbone’s view layer

January 15, 2016

Here at eHarmony, we’re always keeping an eye out for new technologies. This serves a dual purpose: to see if there are opportunities to accelerate our product development velocity and to keep our engineering staff challenged and engaged. React has been gaining traction as a front-end technology and we wanted to try it out. At […]

Node.js in the Real World

January 21, 2015

At eHarmony we use Node.js® for 100% for our mobile web traffic. We switched to it from a PHP backend that grew stale and unwieldy to develop in. Using JavaScript on both the server- and client-side is an approach with many benefits. The purpose of this post is to share some of the solutions we’ve […]

Responsive Design in the Real World

June 26, 2014

At eHarmony, we’ve been using responsive design techniques to ensure that each type of user gets the most relevant User Experience for their platform. Along the way, I’ve picked up a few tips that I’d like to share. Designing for a content sites, like our Dating Advice or our eHarmony Blog is pretty straight forward. The […]