Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app — Medium

Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:

  • The file will be bundled with the help of webpack , which will also help us to be able to add things like React.js , Scss , Neat , Images etc.
  • Really useful in avoiding race conditions of many kinds (example: your network is slow so your bundle file is loaded faster than some external libraries)
  • As soon as we will make sure that everything works fine we will push our app live to rock on a heroku server.
  • What we are going to do is first to run a Koa server which will serve a static js file.
  • Use `npm install –save` afterwards to install a package and save it as a dependency in the package.json file.

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@ReactiveConf: “Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:”


In this article I will show you how to craft a production ready React.js application. And I promise I will try to keep it simple.


Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app — Medium

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac... by @tylermcginnis33  #React

  • I ran webpack -w and at the end of my terminal output I get Output filename not configured…
  • I found that you didn’t say npm install with the –save command (so these modules go into the package.json).
  • When I run webpack -w I get an error that tells me that my ‘Output filename not configured’.
  • Because if you think about React, and we’ll talk a lot more about this, but React is basically composed of different components and there’s always one root component that’s going to render all of its children components.
  • I too faced the same issue and finally found I running the “webpack -w” from Public folder and not from the root folder.

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@eggheadio: “Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac… by @tylermcginnis33 #React”


In this video, we’ll talk about JSX and learn the necessity of Webpack and specifically babel-loader for JSX to JavaScript transformation. We’ll also set up our basic architecture and build our very first React component.


Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack