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In my previous article, I explained briefly why to choose React and Feathers to create a Web-App. Now in this article, we will set up a basic Web-App with React Client and Feathers Server configured with a REST API and authentication.

So let us get started.

First, we will create/setup the React App/Client and then the Feathers App/Server.

So basically, there are many ways to set up a React App, but we will use the most common and straightforward way using create-react-app.

Prerequisites: You need to have Node and npm (alternatively you can also use yarn instead of npm) installed globally in your system.


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This article and its following parts presume that you are familiar with JavaScript and have a basic idea of Feathers and/or Express & React. The articles only provide a generalized idea of the process of creating a Web-App with Feathers & React and do not include any in-depth explanations of any relevant concepts. The purpose of the series of these articles is to give an overview of the bare-minimum essentials of a Web-App and how to create one with said essentials using Feathers & React. …

Monarch Maisuriya

I am an inquisitive experimenter and I am very enthusiastic about technology. I tend to be half in the shell and half out.

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