sunderls

sunderls is a front-end engineer

LINE Securities: Page Stack revisited

2 years ago I posted an article about why and how we achieved Smooth page transition with Page Stack. We adopted this approach for LINE Securities, and pushed it a little further. In this article, I am going to show you what we have done to improve it, and also what problems we are currently facing. Header […]

Easy code-splitting with grow-loader

Hi, I’m @sunderls from LINE MANGA team where I mostly write JavaScript. Did you know that you can read free Manga directly from LINE1)? Has anyone tried it? As we shared on our previous post, LINE MANGA: Smooth page transition with Page Stack, LINE MANGA is built with web technologies. Because it runs in within the LINE app, we have put in a great effort to create a smooth user experience, and as one of the means to accomplish our goal, we have chosen code-splitting. Today, I’d like to introduce the grow-loader, LINE’s open source project for code-splitting.

LINE MANGA: Smooth page transition with Page Stack

Hello, my name is @sunderls, and I am involved in LINE MANGA as a JavaScript developer.

Have you all noticed that you can now read manga on LINE?1) If this is a news to you, tap the more button (…) and then the LINE MANGA menu to take a ride through countless awesome manga available on LINE.

To let you in on a little secret, the screen you are seeing below is implemented with web-based technology. We think the smoothness of the screen transition is close to that of a native app. What do you think?