I'm back! There was a bit of some down time there while I relocated my business (and myself!) to Minnessota, but after much ado - part 4 is here! If you missed the last few segments you can always catch up here. This time we are going to be working on how to style a react app with some scss by implementing a whole host of new webpack loaders into our webpack.config.js [...]
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Setting up your webpack.config.js file can be tediously complicated work. I stumbled upon this again myself as I was configuring my own webpack file to handle images. While I've been working with React, Node, and webpack for some time now, I'll nevertheless run across issues that take me a while to fix. One common webpack error we can overcome through the use of the Webpack image loader. If you run [...]
We're going to be changing gears a bit here with Part 5 of our React.js tutorial and focus now on the back-end of our application. This section will center on creating a restful node api that uses express, cors and body-parser to send JSON responses to our clients. It'll do this when they send a "get" request to our hello world API. We'll also create our first controller and first [...]
Quite a while ago, I wanted to deploy a react app. At the time it seemed a steep learning curve and took me a few attempts to get it going. These are pretty much the working notes I created at the time. They're probably not the most complete, or most the most efficient steps to deploy a react app on digital ocean, so keep that in mind. I've long sin am [...]
In part 1 of our journey into react we got our windows work environment set up; we installed ConEmu to set up a pretty windows console, the text editor Atom.io to improve our coding experience, and then from within that console we installed Node.js and git. After that we learned how to navigate using the command line, and we created our project directory, and initialized our project with the npm [...]