In this video, we introduce our sample application and discuss our objectives for this series on React.js.
May I suggest that if its really that difficult to keep up with all the changes in react world (and I imagine it would be!) that you don't charge users until it settles down?
less than 5 minutes into the first video I had issues and its been an uphill battle since!
So far I have spent more time on SO trying to debug NPM/webpack errors than watching or writing code.
Also, why do I have to pay before I can see the comments? I probably wouldn't have bothered if I could see the dramas others had.
Anyway, I think the quality is top notch and I like Tylers style but its hardly worth watching in it current from..
Spent the weekend battling with errors like these:
ERROR in ./app/App.js
Module build failed: ReferenceError: [BABEL] /Users/user/Documents/eg/react/01-build-react-app/01-get-started/app/App.js: Unknown option: direct.presets
No success. You said if you get stuck clone the repo. Made no difference cloning 01-getting-started?
I mentioned in another comment that I'll be spending this weekend going through all of the videos as well as the github repo updating everything. In the mean time, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org when you get stuck and I'll respond ASAP.
Syntax has changed, principles have not. I have the first four video updates complete. I'll be getting to the rest of the video updates throughout the end of this week. They should all be up on egghead early next week. In the mean time, you can keep track of my updates on the Github repo. The first 4 branches are up to date with the changes I've made.
Hi Tyler McGinnis
Congratulations for this excellent course.
I would like to know if you have any experience to use React.js with Play Framework? I am little to confuse how to be the best way. For example, to use JSX on the server side or on the client side by Babel.
What do you think?