React.js Hello World App

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Basic setup for a Hello World React.js App


Last updated on February 6, 2020

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React.js Hello World App

This space demonstrates the standard setup for building a React.js application on NodeRun.

React is a popular front-end JavaScript library that splits your application into components. A React component is a self-contained module that renders some output.

To learn more about react, visit https://reactjs.org/.

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