This is a very common question among newer React developers, and one question I had when I was starting out with React and Node. In this short example I will show you how to make create-react-app work with a Node Express Backend.
The following commands will give you a list of the packages you have installed globally with NPM or Yarn and an option to update them.
If you are anything like me when it comes to keeping your social media profiles in sync, then you could benefit from this app. The purpose is to type your profile information once, and then send the updates to your profile in Twitter, GitHub & Facebook. Just to note, this project is still in development […]
Trying to use async/await in my React app gave me this error Uncaught ReferenceError: regeneratorRuntime is not defined. I found two solutions
Use the following commands to list globally installed npm and Yarn packages.
This is a basic React boilerplate with React 16, Webpack 3 and Semantic UI React
Node is very practical and lets you set up a server very quickly, with just a few lines of code and allowing you to server your static site files. I use Yarn as my preferred package manager, but you can use npm if you prefer.