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  • First you’ll need Node.js and the package manager that comes with it: npm .
  • Feel free to poke around the code to see how we’re using webpack and npm scripts to run the app.
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First you’ll need Node.js and the package manager that comes with it: npm.

Once you’ve got that working, head to the command line where we’ll set up our project.

Now open up http://localhost:8080

Feel free to poke around the code to see how we’re using webpack and npm scripts to run the app.

You should see a “Hello React Router” message in the browser.

and change the text to something like “Hello “. The browser automatically reloads with your new code.

Next: Rendering a Router

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