The LeagueApps 2021 Hackathon: What We Learned

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LeagueApps Engineering just participated in a hackathon, a fun way to learn new technologies as you navigate your engineering career. Learn more about what they did, how they worked, and how you (or someone you know) can join us the next time.

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5 Lessons Learned from Scaling LeagueApps

Jeremy Goldberg is the President & Quarterback of LeagueApps and oversees all marketing, business development, investor relations and people operations. He is also an Operating Partner at 212MEDIA, a venture development firm. One of my favorite parts of my job is spending time with sports organizers. I’m inspired by their hard work, the value they…

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LeagueApps Visits US Lax Con

As we all know, the lacrosse community is very close, those who want to “Grow the game”, will do anything to do so. This is why thousands of individuals – players, parents, coaches, professional athletes – and more attend the US Lacrosse Convention each year The LeagueApps Lacrosse team was extremely excited to head down…

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LeagueApps Is Mobile-First. Here’s Why.

Mobile is not the future of the web, it’s the present. We’ve listened to the feedback from our partners, checked our data, learned from our existing products and have worked very hard to build out our new mobile product. We’re rolling out our new mobile solutions in a phased approach. The first phase, which will…

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The Secrets to eCommerce Success: 5 Tips to Making eCommerce Work

We’re a week into the release of eCommerce Products, and we love hearing all of the different ways that our partners are using the product to generate revenue and donations. Many of our partners are using the feature to sell apparel and equipment, so we thought we’d offer a few tips on eCommerce fulfillment. Michael…

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How we think about browser support

Not all browsers are the same; and they do not all behave the same. Some users understand this, but definitely not all. So, let me break this down a bit first. As internet users, there are myriad browser choices we have to surf the web: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Konqueror, etc. But, just…

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Web Design School: Images and Photos are Really Just Data

This post by our Lead UI/UX designer “Tuna” Jeff was inspired by the resources saved in this article. If you are using any of these images, we recommend downloading this zip file and re-loading the smaller, optimized version to your site — your users will thank you! Part 1 of a 2 part series We…

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