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Review of our build process

Review of our build process: React.js: Building an Interface
Review of our build process: React.js: Building an Interface

React's JSX language has to be converted into regular JavaScript and that means that you need a build process to take care of things. Let's take a look at how I've structured our build process to take care of things. I'm using GulpJS to run our build process. It's a great way to convert languages like React. This build process is pretty minimalistic, so I'm not worrying about minifying or compressing any of my code. In a real project, that's probably the only thing I'd add to this. When you're working with react in development, using the larger library gives you better debugging information. This is a good starter build process, but if you're interested in creating a more complex process, checkout Web Project Workflows with GulpJS GIt and Browserify. https://www.lynda.com/Web-Design-tutorials/Web-Project-Workflows-Gulp-js-Git-Browserify/154416-2.html

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