An IDE for React.js – Arnaud – Medium

An IDE for React.js – Arnaud – Medium  #react #reactjs

  • Well, Reacto is a suggestion to the react community.
  • You can also get suggestions from npm registry right from Reacto.
  • Start creating new class-based react components now, and see how it looks anytime you’ll edit the file.
  • Today, I really hope that I can give something back to all of you, so that new developers start programming with the right tools, for free.
  • If you have any suggestions or feedback, feel free to comment below or open a new issue on github using “feedback” and “idea” labels.

It all started with a need for a software, free, that would provide everything for react development. I started working on this personal project two months ago and it is with an extreme joy that I am…

It all started with a need for a software, free, that would provide everything for react development.

What is it exactly? Well, Reacto is a suggestion to the react community. It is not in any way a replacement tool but more something that I wish could become an alternative for anyone out there.

What does it do?

It lets you interact with your code, in a very intuitive way. What I called “bricks” will help you to quickly add props to your components, bind component methods in a flash, manage imports and let you convert any class-based component to a pure component and vice versa, in one click.

It lets you simply interact with your dependencies. Add multiple packages, delete or upgrade, without leaving your code editor. Every task will run concurrently along the others. You can also get suggestions from npm registry right from Reacto.

Get smart local autocomplete. Automatically find the relative path to local modules, no matter its location in the current file tree. Simply type the filename you need to import and Reacto will take care of everything else. Also take advantage of integrated React snippets, such as “skeleton”, “constructor” and more. No need to install any additional plugin, it’s just there already.

and get an instant preview of your component. Start creating new class-based react components now, and see how it looks anytime you’ll edit the file.

Reacto still need a lot…

An IDE for React.js – Arnaud – Medium