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Instant feedback from your tests and realtime code coverage right in your editor, no context switching.
When I started learning Redux I was shocked by the number of discussions and “best practice” you could find online about it, but it didn’t take too much time to understand why: Redux is not very opinionated about the way of structuring a project around it, and this can lead to some annoyance when you’re trying figure out what kind of structure suits better your style and your project.
I've been thinking about for a long time how the dependencies could be manageable efficiently and why don't we consider components as volatile dependencies? After a little experimenting managed to get along with Component Factories which fits perfectly into the React ecosystem
First off, let’s create an empty NodeJS project on github and pick Node .gitgnore and MIT license (the last one doesn’t really matter).
Electrode is a platform for building universal React/Node.js applications with standardized structure, best practices, and modern technologies baked in.