Webinar: Migrating from Hipchat to Mattermost

For years, high-trust organizations relied on Hipchat for team messaging because—unlike many popular messaging platforms—it could be hosted on-premise or in a private cloud.  In July 2018, however, they found out that Hipchat would be decommissioned this year.  In search of a secure messaging solution to replace Hipchat, many of these companies have migrated to …

Layman’s Guide to Markdown on Mattermost

One of the biggest challenges with text-based communication is that oftentimes context, emotions, and intentions can get lost in translation.  On the other hand, when we speak to one another, we have the advantage of inflection, tone, and body language to help convey our points effectively. Historically, adding context to text-based communications involved writing HTML …

How to Migrate from Hipchat to Mattermost

With Hipchat rapidly reaching its end-of-life, organizations are looking for a secure and modern messaging platform that can be hosted on-premises in their own data centers, behind a firewall. …

How to migrate Mattermost to Kubernetes

At Mattermost, we aim to develop a product that is simple to deploy and manage. To this end, we recently examined Kubernetes, today’s most popular orchestration platform that uses containers. …

How we improved our React Native cold start for Android

About two years ago here at Mattermost, we decided to start building a prototype for our mobile apps in React Native (RN for short). We did it for a couple of reasons: We wanted to share code between the mobile apps and the webapp, hence the birth of mattermost-redux. We wanted to be able to …

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