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In this article you will learn how to create a personal blog using React & Node. You will also learn how to config your own Webpack, Redux, React-Router and start your node server from scratch. This tutorial does not contain authentication process.
It took me some time to aggregate the information to configure CRA project with flow to handle absolute paths in import statements, so I decided to document the steps I took to make it work.
In this tutorial, we are building a real-time chat app with Node.js/Express backend and React/Bootstrap frontend. We’re using Socket.io with Express to handle incoming socket connections and emit messages to connected clients. We’re using Webpack4 to transform and bundle our frontend assets.
Let me share a secret: no matter how long you’ve been doing something, you’re bound to have to relearn some part of it. I haven’t built my own higher-order component in a long time and made a lot of mistakes. Real mistakes.
Starting out with a new technology can be quite troublesome. You usually find yourself in a sea of tutorials and articles, followed by millions of personal opinions. And every single one states that they found the “right and perfect way.”