It covers all the topic that we will cover in the React JS tutorial series.
We will be setting up our React app with CLI tool. For that, you need to have Node installed on your local machine. You can download the latest version from here. Once, you have Node installed we can start with generating our React app from CLI.
We will use CLI tool called create-react-app for creating react app which creates a sample app using react that can be used as a starting point to create a full-fledged react app. It has a dev server bundled by default for development. For a production build, u can run npm run build command
We can directly use npm to install create-react-app and to generate react boilerplate app. But we will be using npx. With npx, we can generate a react app with creat-react-app but without installing create-react-app on our local machine.
npx is a package runner tool that comes with npm 5.2+. You’ll need to have Node >= 8.10 and npm >= 5.6 on your machine.
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