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Hello there. Let me begin by saying you’ve probably heard of Webpack by now and chances are you might know how to configure Webpack, you sir, are doing excellent. Good job, keep fighting! For the rest of us something like this might scare us off.
In general, I love completing things. If I am playing a phone game where each level gives you X number of stars, I will make sure I get every single one. If I'm working on a project using test-driven development, I am not happy until every single test passes and I see that awesome green "all tests pass". I wanted a to-do list that gave me that same level of satisfaction.
React Riot is a brand new 48 hour online hackathon. Teams can signup for free and compete from anywhere in the world! The competition takes place June 24th-25th so head over to reactriot.com now, reserve your spot and get ready for the Riot!
Most of us who got into building interactive web apps, started from building normal websites using libraries such as jQuery. As we move forward to starting our adventure, we first encounter these four technologies. Setting up a React project becomes a painful experience.
Working with the DOM API is hard. React basically gives developers the ability to work with a virtual browser that is more friendly than the real browser. React’s virtual browser acts like an agent between the developer and the real browser.