Join Eve Porcello for an in-depth discussion in this video Hosting your app with npm and httpster, part of Learn React.js: The Basics (2015).
- To launch our bulletin board app,…we need to first create a new project using NPM.…In my terminal, I'm going to type npm init.…Npm init is a utility that asks a series of questions…that will be used to create our package.json file.…I first want to give our project a name,…bulletin-board.…We can keep it at the same version,…you can give it a description also if you'd like.…We will use Note.js as our entry point.…We're going to skip the test command…as well as the get repo as we don't have those setup.…
You can give this project a few little keywords as well.…You can give yourself credit as the author.…A license of some sort if you'd like to…and then you can say that yes this is okay…by hitting enter.…So now that we've done that,…this has created a new file in this folder…called a package.json file.…The package.json file describes our project…and any of the dependencies that are required…to make this thing run.…So speaking of dependencies, we need to install…some of these dependencies in our terminal window.…
So let me hit clear real quick…
- What is React.js?
- Introducing JSX
- Creating a React component
- Handling events
- Using state
- Defining parent/child relationships
- Adding child elements
- Mounting and updating components
- Creating a React.js app
Skill Level Beginner
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1. What is React.js?
2. Getting Started
3. React Components
4. Parent/Child Relationships
5. Component Life Cycle
6. Creating an App
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