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Structured Wrongness with the Suck Less Cycle

Software development is so malleable, it's easy for teams to slide into the chaos of possibility. That's why we developed a framework to keep focus.

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Creating Scalable, Testable, and Readable React Apps: Part 2

In part 2 of this series we discuss 3 categories of React components that can make your React apps more scalable, testable, and reliable...

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Creating Scalable, Testable, and Readable React Apps: Part 1

Basic principles of software and React architecture, share our implementation of these principles as three categories of react components.

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Record and Playback vs. Session Replay—what's the difference?

Record and Playback and Session Replay sound similar but differ greatly. It's important to understand their uses, plus the benefits and trade-offs.

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How FullStory Drives Conversions for Car Insurance Company

Metromile uses FullStory session replay to understand complex UX flows as well as optimize conversions with A/B tests using Optimizely.

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How FullStory helps Shortcut save time

The Shortcut team shares with us how FullStory session replay is used to diagnose bugs quickly and solve issues around design.

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How thredUP increases engineer productivity through session capture and error tracking

ThredUP, a growing online thrift store, uses a combination of Rollbar and FullStory to solve A/B Testing mysteries, and do UI/UX research.

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Heatmaps for engagement on FullStory: Visualize user clicks online

FullStory now has Engagement Heatmaps: These colorful visualizations show you how aggregate users are interacting with your site or app.

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Your users' desire paths pave the way to better digital experiences

Desire paths are more than shortcuts. They're opportunities created by users to improve products, design, and UX.

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