While learning React, most people develop and test their apps locally. I mean … they’re just demo apps for learning purposes right? Nobody wants to see stuff like that, so why even think of deploying the apps somewhere?
But then comes the day where you try to deploy a React App to a web server, so you could show it to the people out there: “Look! I made this!”. And that’s how it was for me too. Continue reading How to fix BrowserRouter for React Apps on Apache
So you built your first React app and now it’s time to get it out in the world. But where do you host a React app?
Until now, you probably ran your app with
npm start which spins up a development server for you to debug and test your app. But that won’t work in production. Continue reading Is there a way to host a React app without a NodeJS Server?
Setting up a React app can be confusing, since you have to take care of a lot of stuff that you don’t want to think about—at least at the beginning of your React journey. Fortunately there is a tool called create-react-app that is a neat shortcut. It allows you to start developing right away without having to worry about stuff like webpack and/or babel.
Continue reading How to Create a React App with create-react-app