create-react-app is a handy CLI tool which allows you to quickly create and run a React application with no configuration. In this post (and the above video) I’ll show how to get started with create-react-app and long the way, we’ll look at each of its built-in scripts and also investigate various ways to keep your react-scripts dependency up-to-date.
As a remote employee I am often sharing my video on Zoom while working.
I may be pair programming, in a meeting, or just checking in with a co-worker.
This happens numerous times throughout the day, but it’s hard to predict when I’m on.
If your team is anything like the one I work with, everyone has their own preferred IDE that they use (Sublime Text, Atom, WebStorm, Vim, Visual Studio Code, etc…) and although most of them have integrated linting support that doesn’t guarantee all issues have been addressed before a Pull Request is made.