react-redux-graphql-apollo-bootstrap-webpack-starter

by MacKentoch

react js + redux + graphQL + Apollo + react router + hot reload + devTools + bootstrap + webpack sta...

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Full ES6+ React + React-Router + Redux + GraphQL + Apollo + Bootstrap with Hot Reload and redux-devtools STARTER

My new

React + redux project starter
. This time I add
graphQL
and
Apollo Client
. This starter also embeds
JWT token based
authentication
(check Route to get an example of dealing with protected routes).

preview

  • webpack is as simple as possible
  • ReactJS is written with
    optimization tricks
    (stateless, pure render...).
  • pure front-end
    = server independant (use whatever you want as server: NodeJS, Rails, .NET...)
  • contains both
    SPA
    and
    SSR
    server implementation
  • caching implementation with
    workbox-webpack-plugin
    (so that it follows PWA path!)
  • redux
    +
    devTools
    +
    hot reload
    = how did I developed without them before?
  • graphQL makes API to be "
    has been
    "
    • no more struggle in redux with async thank to Apollo Client (you can even get rid of redux thunk or redux saga if you needed theses just for your asyncs. Otherwise keep them since they are nice :smile:)
  • redux-devtools-extension to make developments a pure pleasure.

New πŸŽ‰ since v3.0.0!

  • Add
    code splitting
    by using
    dynamic import
    (router level but you can extend to component level as you feel the need)
    • NOTE: combined with SSR server and SW for caching, this is a good start to follow PWA path!
    • Want to know more about code splitting with SSR a React application, read this complete beautiful article (don't forget to clap the author - no I don't even know him πŸ˜‰ - but this is a really nice job)

Detailed Content

Front:

Tool chain:

  • babel 6+
  • eslint
  • hot reload
  • loaders
    • js
      /
      jsx
    • css
    • json
    • images formats
    • svg and fonts formats

tests:

  • jest

Usage

Prerequisite

Node JS version required is
>=6.x
.

Build with node js v8.x but should be ok with node js 6.x.

Better use nvm to manage your Node JS versions.

server

An Easy and fast way to get your graphql backend is to register for free at Scaphold.

This starter has been created with a scaphold free plan.

Go to Scaphold register and create an application

create_app_modal preview

  • set
    AppName
  • and a
    description
    (so that after creating hundreds of applications you won't get lost).

You will be able to dicover predefined schemas. This starter will not need more than predefined (User):

schema_desiner_overview.png

  • you can define you own schema (not needed for this starter to run). But I suggest you have a look on well written
    tutorials
    to get more familiar with the schema designer.

GraphiQL is integrated in Scaphold so discover and train predefined graphQL queries and mutations:

graphiQL_overview.png

Configure starter application:

In Scaphold click on

My API
and
copy your application link
.

Then, past it (to replace http://localhost:8080/graphql) in your

networkInterface
in the app config (in
./src/front/config.index.js
):
export const appConfig = {
  // apollo client:
  apollo: {
    networkInterface: 'http://localhost:8080/graphql'
  }
};

from now you got all needed to run this starter

Install dependencies

npm install

run dev : hot reload mode (+ redux-devtools-extension)

npm run start

NOTE: be sure you already installed redux-devtools-extension in your browser to get the best development experience.

bundle dev mode (+ redux-devtools)

npm run dev

tests

npm run test

Analyze production bundle (PWA friendly)

npm run analyze

bundle production mode

npm run prod

run dev bundle

npm run start-spa-dev

run prod bundle

npm run start-spa-prod

Donate

Do you use & like react-redux-graphql-apollo-bootstrap-webpack-starter but you don’t find a way to show some love? If yes, please consider donating to support this project. Otherwise, no worries, regardless of whether there is support or not, I will keep maintaining this project. Still, if you buy me a cup of coffee I would be more than happy though πŸ˜„

Support via PayPal

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2019 Erwan DATIN

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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