React Hello

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React Hello

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The Hello World with React boilerplate is a starter template for creating React applications. It provides a basic project structure with several key features and is designed to be easily customizable and deployable.


  • Automatic Code Formatting: Utilizes Prettier for automatic code indentation and formatting.
  • Error Reporting: Uses eslint for better error reporting.
  • Hot Deploy: Utilizes Webpack Development Server for hot deploy and live reload.
  • One-command Publish: Allows for easy publishing of the code to GitHub Pages with "npm run deploy:github".
  • Babel 7: Employs Babel 7 for improved speed and performance.


To start coding with the Hello World with React boilerplate, follow the steps below:

  1. Install the necessary packages with the command $ npm install.
  2. Start the webpack server using the command $ npm run start.
  3. Update the styles/index.css or js/index.js files according to your needs.
  4. Add additional files into the ./src/js/components or styles folder as required.

For local installations (if not using codespaces or gitpod), you can download the boilerplate using Git. Once downloaded, follow the steps above to begin coding.

To publish your website, this boilerplate is fully compatible with free GitHub Pages and Vercel hosting. It takes just 2 minutes to deploy, and you can start the process by clicking here.


The Hello World with React boilerplate is a pre-configured template for creating React applications. It offers features such as automatic code formatting, error reporting, hot deploy, and easy publishing to GitHub Pages. With its simple installation process and compatibility with popular hosting platforms, this boilerplate is ideal for quickly setting up and deploying React projects.


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