Marvin — React and Redux, Webpack 2 boilerplate #ReactJS #Redux #Webpack

Marvin — React and Redux, Webpack 2 boilerplate  #ReactJS #Redux #Webpack

  • By complete we mean it has examples for: – – 1 Using source maps breaks urls in the CSS loader – Try this to fix it (but it breaks testing from local network).
  • Server is visible from the local network as well.
  • Server is visible from the local network as well.
  • copy and folder to your production server – – If you are not using server rendering remove following packages from – – Also open and remove lines marked with the following comment – – Client app is going to work without this but, it will include few unused packages.
  • Check the example in import your files from the folder, and you are good to go.

marvin – React and Redux, Webpack 2 boilerplate

Marvin is internal project by Work & Co. We love React and use it a lot. So Marvin is meant to be a starting point for our React projects. But as we love open source too, it is publicly available for anyone interested in using it.

Name comes from a fictional character Marvin, android from the The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy book as a homage to it’s author Douglas Adams.

It includes complete, minimal react app. By complete we mean it has examples for:

1 Using source maps breaks urls in the CSS loader – Try this to fix it (but it breaks testing from local network).

Visit from your browser of choice. Server is visible from the local network as well.

Note for Windows users: webpack dashboard still have issues with Windows, so use until those are resolved.

OS X Terminal.app users: Make sure that View → Allow Mouse Reporting is enabled, otherwise scrolling through logs and modules won’t work. If your version of Terminal.app doesn’t have this feature, you may want to check out an alternative such as iTerm2.

Build will be placed in the folder.

If your app is not running on the server root you should change at two places.

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