How the NFL Scored a Touchdown with its Open Source React Framework Wildcat

Episode 53 · January 12th, 2017 · 20 mins 22 secs

About this Episode

When it comes to running applications on a massive scale, the NFL is one of the largest organizations making use of Node.js today. Bolstered by bold decisions from its new Vice President of Engineering, the company migrated away from legacy technology and onto React and Node.js.

On today’s episode of The New Stack Makers, TNS Founder Alex Williams and co-host Ziff Davis Enterprise Senior Editor Darryl Taft spoke with with NFL Software Engineer James Hush during last year’s Node.js Interactive conference to learn more about how the NFL’s open-source React platform Wildcat is aiding not only the sports industry in developing, deploying, and concepting applications, but how React and Node.js have shaped the company since it on-boarded React in 2014.

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