Choosing the right technology stack before your SaaS development can be a challenging task. What is the best tech stack to develop a SAAS application? Let's discover the hottest technology stacks of the most popular SaaS startups and apps. This list will be updated soon if you would like it, and share it.
InVision SaaS Tech Stack
As of December 2017, they are looking for a Lead Full Stack Engineer who "will contribute to an environment" of InVision's products with the help of the "new web standards and frameworks like ES6, React, MongoDB, Node.js, Go, and Docker" and will "build small, robust backend API services in GoLang that need to perform under load". Among requirements - "solid professional experience in one of the following backend languages: Java, Ruby, Python, PHP".
According to Boaz Ruck, a Software Engineer at InVisionApp Inc, he has "automated a Nodejs data-migrator as multiple Kubernete's jobs" and is "working on a new data-migrator (Golang) designed to support private cloud and a micro-service architecture".
According to Cristoffer Gallardo, a Site Reliability Engineer at InVisionApp Inc, his responsibilities include "server configuration management of 600+ servers", he also "used AWS Auto-scaling groups to provision nodes under certain criteria, worked with teammates on implementing and moving our micro-services to Docker containers, and worked on using Kubernetes to manage the clusters".
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GrooveHQ SaaS Tech Stack
According to Marcin Bunsch, Senior Software Developer at GrooveHQ, his projects at Groove include "revamping the search solution utilizing Elasticsearch; building the infrastructure monitoring stack using InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana; rebuilding the Groove widget to a HTML5 powered, API-backed embedded web app; integrating the Groove widget with Olark; building a web-based mobile app, which was Progressive Web Application powered by webpack, React and Redux; building a GraphQL app acting as an entrypoint to the Groove API, used by the web-based mobile app".
According to Gaston Morixe, Software Engineer at GrooveHQ, his experience at the company includeв using "React, React Native, GraphQL, Rails, iOS, and docker".
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