Just head over to start.spring.io, select a few options, and download the resulting starter project.
This github repository shows you how to set up a nice little development environment for React. First, copy the files to a working directory. Then run
The first command will initialize your project (something you only need to do the first time.) The second command will start a web server that will serve up your files locally.
According to someone on Facebook, this prompt will switch to bold text if and when the previous command you execute returns a non-zero return value.
PS1='\[\e[$(($??1:0))m\][\u@\h \w]\[\e[0m\]: '
A nerdly Twelve Techie Days of Christmas for those looking to learn and do Poindextery stuff.
This guy built a Kubernetes cluster on a stack of four Raspberry Pi 3 machines.
Found his blog entry over at DZone.
It’s time I jump into the React development world with both feet. First question, of course, is “How do I set up a React development environment?”
I found the following steps:
- First, install node.js. I found out how to do that over here on this page. Visit the node.js site, download a .pkg file (I’m on a Mac) and run it.
- npm is included in node.js. But we want to update it to the latest version. Do so with the following command:
sudo npm install npm -g
- Install an node.js application that will create your React application project. Use the following command to accomplish this:
sudo npm i create-react-app -g
- Now use a node.js app to create your application. To do so, cd into the directory in which you want to create your project’s directory. Then type:
How to make your Raspberry Pi speak.
Can’t forget those little design details that one always leaves to the last minute…