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Automated user feedback monitoring

When developing software, it can be easy to feel disconnected from our users. We push out releases and hope that the changes are well received. We never talk to the end user, instead we rely on a customer service layer to forward customer feedback in the form of tickets. Our customers are constantly giving us feedback on all aspects of iflix. - App store reviews - Social media mentions and messages - Customer service enquiries
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Growth hacking at iflix & data

Growth hacking is a term that is thrown around on blogs, podcasts and in conversation. Growth hacking can mean different things to different companies, this is what it means at iflix. Who we are iflix is the world’s leading entertainment service for emerging markets with the widest and most compelling selection of TV shows, movies, hyper local originals, premium live sports and up-to-the-minute news from around the world, to stream or download, on any internet-connected device… wherever, whenever.
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Things We Learned from ReSwift

ReSwift is a framework to help developers make the application state manageable. ReSwift is a representative of Redux in the Swift world. How is it done? By splitting up app components so that they communicate with each other in a single direction. Introducing a unidirectional flow of how the state changes and having it in a single place makes components do not need to keep track of state in the form of variables, which reduces complexity and bugs due to concurrent changes.
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Why and How We Moved Our iOS Code to a Monorepo

About a month ago the iflix iOS team consolidated all the internal dependencies previously living in their own repositories into a single one, which we refer to as “the monorepo”. This post shares what brought us to make this transition, how our monorepo is setup, and how it’s behaving for us. Edit of picture by Stephen Radford Before the monorepo Our iOS app is doing a number of things.
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