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Parcel (like Webpack) allows you to create React projects (and bundle different things such as images, files etc). With Parcel you don't need to configure anything - everything is configured for you. Also, Parcel follows a very strong and strict philosophy: "Be fast, be simple" (yeah, they don't say that in their website, but it's obvious). So, Parcel App (this project) allows you to create a React application without configuring anything.s
If something doesn't work please create a new issue.
npx parcel-app app-name cd app-name npm start
The application will run at http://localhost:1234/
If you are ready to publish to npm, you can run
npm run build.
Parcel was created to make your project production fast. Using Parcel, you don't need to configure anything because everything was created for you.
If you want to use Parcel App you will need to have the latest version of Node. You can download it through its website here. With Parcel App you only need to write the command and the project name, similar to
npx parcel-app <app-name>
<app-name> ├── node_modules ├── public | ├── index.html ├── src | ├── App.js | ├── index.js | ├── style.css ├── .babelrc ├── package.json
I had inspiration from create-react-app. I used this command a lot when I was a beginner. I know that I need to learn more about it, but I wanted to create something for the community and give something to the beginners to go under the hood more easily. Now, building a React project is easier!
When I'm building a project I first think about if I will need to use Parcel or Webpack, because if you want to build a small application it's better to use Parcel - it's fast, easy and very small (compact).
I'm trying to use git all the time, but sometimes I don't. Please don't be like me. I just followed this:
Yeah, everything on my GitHub is accessible and you can improve it or use it as an example. Just please, share my networks (if you want).
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