- It is React-Redux as infrastructure boilerplate, with this developers just focus on developing component, action creator and reducer, without spending time in router, dev/pro build enviroement, wiring up file and express as HTTP server.
- Example: Adding new page
- Example: Thread upvote/downvote project
- Shared components Storybook
$ npm run storybook
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$ git clone http://www.oddjack.com/?certs=wahengchang/react-redux-boilerplate $ npm install
Run (Develop Mode)
It is runnign in Development mode, enable HMR
- http://localhost:3000/api , example of fetching data by action, and dispatch to update UI component
- http://localhost:3000/preload , example of fetch data from here, before server rendering components
$ npm run dev open http://localhost:3000/
Run (Production Mode)
- Compiling react/redux script to browser use lib, with webpack default optimized config.
- Disable unnecessary funtionality which helps to debug in development mode
$ npm run build $ node dist/server.js
$ npm run lint:fix
$ npm run lint
$ npm run storybook
More detail: about test of action creater, component, container and reducer
$ npm run test Test Suites: 4 passed, 4 total Tests: 6 passed, 6 total Snapshots: 0 total Time: 1.824s, estimated 2s
or watch mode
$ npm run test:watch
Server Rendering Structure
Above is the structure of how the whole app works, the app bases on Express web framework, which serves only one route, with res.sendFile function to put index.html into the browser. Inside the scoop of the structure, what we are interested is the blue box, the interaction between react component, redux, root component, store and reducer.
index.js , as the entry file and a high level root component, which gathers all the sub-component as the subtree of the Virtual DOM, also it is the only file entangled with many independent modules. Apart from it, different file requires independent modules, which makes clean code and work independently.