- You’ll find the source code for the apps in the subdirectory.
- Thank you to every developer who has worked on a project this repo links to, your work is helping developers learn React.
- Given a GitHub repo for an app : – – The apps in are git submodules.
- Git submodules are locked to a revision and don’t stay in sync with the latest revision.
real-world-react-apps – Real world React apps and their open source codebases for developers to learn from
@eugenione: jeromedalbert/real-world-react-apps #reactjs #Webdesign
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# Clone this git repo: git clone email@example.com:jeromedalbert/real-world-react-apps.git cd real-world-react-apps/ # The apps are linked to as git submodules. # This will take some time… git submodule update –init
Some of the examples below use ag, but could just as well use grep or equivalent.
# Look for Yarn in markdown instructions ag -C ‘yarn’ -G ‘\.md’ # Find out what cookie libraries people use ag cookie -G ‘package.json’
# Find ideas on how to configure Webpack # Opens all webpack.config files in your editor of choice (vim/subl/atom/etc) vim $(find . -name ‘*webpack.config*’ ) # Output content from all package.json files find . -name package.json | xargs cat
find . -name ‘*eslintrc*’ | xargs wc -l | sort
ag ‘let ‘ –js –stats-only | head -n 1 ag ‘const ‘ –js –stats-only | head -n 1
Know any others? Please open a PR and add the link here
A real world app should be publicly accessible and used by real people in a…