3 points by CuriouslyC on June 3, 2016 | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments |
|I'm a big fan of building web apps with React/Redux, but I found a number of issues with that paradigm, including excessive boilerplate, indirection and difficulty with code re-use. I wrote an API framework that solves these problems, and I've gotten it to a point where it provides pretty major time/code savings.|
I've presented it a few times for groups at my workplace, and I've always gotten a very enthusiastic response. Unfortunately, when I try to promote it online, typically my bounce rate is extremely high (~93%) and the time on page averages about 12 seconds. I get the feeling I'm not communicating quickly enough how much of a time and energy saver the framework is.
I would greatly appreciate if anyone who has had success promoting their library/etc online could take a look at my pitch and give me some feedback for improvement. Ultimately, I wrote it to scratch my own itch so lack of uptake doesn't bother me much, but I think it could make people's lives a little easier.
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