In the 1st part of the tutorial for creating a CI/CD pipeline for a React app, we saw how to create docker containers for dev, testing and production enviroments. In this 2nd part we will see how to integrate a CI service like Travis CI and deploy our app to AWS.Read
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I wanted to write a tutorial on how to dockerize an application, make it production ready, setup CI/CD workflow and eventually deploy it to AWS. So here in that first part we will see how to dockerize a react app for development, testing and...Read
Hooks have released a few months ago and the community is still playing around with them and tries to find the best patterns. At this point it doesn't seem to be one single best solution on how to completely replace state management libs, both in terms of code but also in terms of folder/file structure in the project, so here I am mostly document my journey into that process, and what works best for me.Read
Feature switches/toggles are an important technique that can help us deploy code in various environments under different conditions without blocking other developers in the team (or other teams) from releasing their features...Read