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digitalrcc v1.1.3

create react component from commandline

react create component

create react component from command line

install : npm i -g digitalrcc;

use: digitalrcc name -e js -p -s css -d -r ;

use 2: digitalrcc name -e -S -s -d;


-alias --fullname [optional] 'discription' 'default'

'-e, --ext ', 'extention of file', 'js';

'-p, --pureC [type]', 'extends with PureComponent', false;

'-s, --style [type]', 'include (or)css file';

'-d, --dir', 'create new directory', false;

'-r, --withRedux', 'file with redux', false;

'-S, --stateless', 'stateless component', false;

#update v1.1.1

  • lifecycle hooks added

#update v1.1.3

  • lifecycle issue fixed and commented


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