Set Up A React Project With Parcel: The Zero Configuration App Bundler ― Scotch

Set Up A React Project With Parcel: The Zero Configuration App Bundler

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  • One other thing to note about Parcel is that it allows developers to use an index.html file as an entry point as opposed to JS modules.
  • One of the many cool things about Parcel is that, it comes with a development server built in which will automatically rebuild your app as you change files and supports hot module replacement for fast development.
  • “scripts”: { – “start”: “parcel index.html” – }, – This means that, whenever we run the npm start command, we are telling Parcel to start a development server using the index.html file as a entry file.
  • Building for Production – To prepare your app for production with Parcel, all you need to do is run the command parcel build …. Let’s add that to the scripts object in the package.json file.
  • Change output directory – If you’d prefer another directory for Parcel to put the production files in (dist is the default directory), you can specify that by appending –out-dir directory-name at the end of the build key in package.json so it looks like this: – – “scripts”: { – “start”:…

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Day 53 of #100DaysOfCode : #ReactJS Project – Create React App -…

  • Inside that directory, it will generate the initial project structure and install the transitive dependencies: – – No configuration or complicated folder structures, just the files you need to build your app.
  • Once the installation is done, you can open your project folder: – – Inside the newly created project, you can run some built-in commands: – – Runs the app in development mode.
  • Builds the app for production to the folder.
  • The User Guide includes information on different topics, such as: – – A copy of the user guide will be created as in your project folder.
  • Your environment will have everything you need to build a modern single-page React app: – – Check out this guide for an overview of how these tools fit together.

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Set Up A React Project With Parcel: The Zero Configuration App Bundler ― Scotch

  • One other thing to note about Parcel is that it allows developers to use an index.html file as an entry point as opposed to JS modules.
  • One of the many cool things about Parcel is that, it comes with a development server built in which will automatically rebuild your app as you change files and supports hot module replacement for fast development.
  • “scripts”: { – “start”: “parcel index.html” – }, – This means that, whenever we run the npm start command, we are telling Parcel to start a development server using the index.html file as a entry file.
  • Building for Production – To prepare your app for production with Parcel, all you need to do is run the command parcel build …. Let’s add that to the scripts object in the package.json file.
  • Change output directory – If you’d prefer another directory for Parcel to put the production files in (dist is the default directory), you can specify that by appending –out-dir directory-name at the end of the build key in package.json so it looks like this: – “scripts”: { – “start”: “parcel…

When it comes to web application bundling, there’s a new kid on the block and that’s Parcel. ParcelJS is a relatively new bundler that was launched sometime around October, last year. Parcel describes itself as a blazing fast, zero-configuration web application bundler.
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Looking for a @reactjs project to contribute to? Here’s a 💯 communication board for people with speech impairments:

  • Cboard is an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) web application, allowing users with speech and language impairments (autism, cerebral palsy) to communicate by symbols and text-to-speech.
  • The app uses the browser’s Speech Synthesis API to generate speech when a symbol is clicked, there are 3400 symbols to choose from when creating a board.
  • Cboard is available in 33 languages (support varies by platform – Android, iOS, Windows).
  • By default, it also includes a service worker so that Cboard loads from local cache on future visits.
  • Thank you to BrowserStack for providing the infrastructure to test Cboard in real browsers.

cboard – AAC communication board with text-to-speech for the browser
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