Grgur Grisogono

Grgur Grisogono is a software architect at Modus Create, specializing in JavaScript performance, React JS, and Sencha frameworks. He helped clients ranging from Fortune 100 to major governments and startups successfully release enterprise and consumer facing web applications. He has also organized three tech conferences and co-authored Ext JS in Action SE. If Grgur's posts were helpful, maybe his 16 years of experience could help your project too.

Posts by Grgur Grisogono

August 30, 2016

How to Optimize ES6 Output Size via Babel

Transpiled ES6 code can get sizable, which doesn’t benefit limited bandwidth users, such as those using your mobile website. Every byte matters, especially as web applications grow in size. With...

July 22, 2016

Component Rendering Speed in React

React is known for performance but it doesn’t mean we can take things for granted. One of the key performance tips for faster React applications is to optimize your render...

March 10, 2016

Code Splitting for React Router with ES6 Imports

Partial application loading is an essential technique for improving the time-to-first-impression for single page applications. The goal is to prioritize loading of the code needed to render the view whilst...

February 16, 2016

Webpack 2 Tree Shaking Configuration

Tree Shaking, a modern dead code elimination algorithm for ECMAScript 2015+ is one of the most anticipated features in the upcoming Webpack 2. By eliminating unused ES6 exports, Webpack can...

July 3, 2015

React Europe Highlights

  This week Paris hosted React Europe, a conference that brought together some six to seven hundred of React community members from all over the world. So many bright ideas...

April 8, 2015

SenchaCon 2015 – Day 1 Recap

An eventful first day of SenchaCon 2015 has just wrapped up with a plethora of mesmerizing announcements and demos. Here’s a recap of today’s highlights. Latest Trends in Web Application...

April 4, 2014

Sencha Space Review

BYOD The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has clearly produced a lot of hype in 2013. Technology officers are finally seeing BYOD as an opportunity rather than a challenge....