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Last pushed: 8 months ago
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React web frontend for our backend API.

Technologies used

  • ES6 - the new Javascript standard
  • Webpack - module bundler
  • React - the best UI framework, written by Facebook
  • Bootstrap - reusable UI elements from Twitter
  • LESS - pre-processor for CSS
  • Mochai, Chai - unit tests
  • dependencies are in package.json

Folder layout

  • build - Javascript and CSS bundles
  • src
    • components - React components and LESS files for each component
    • lib - Helper libraries
    • mixins - React mixins
    • main.jsx - Main entry point with the router
  • index.production.html - Index file w/ settings for production
  • index.staging.html - Index file w/ settings for staging
  • index.development.html - Index file w/ settings for development
  • Procfile - The command in this file is used by Heroku to run the server
  • app.json - Manifest file for Heroku that defines how your code should be built and bootstrapped into a live application
  • - Used by the npm build targets. Copies the right index file in the build folder and creates a bundle based on the environment provided as parameter
  • - Checks out and deploys the latest release
  • server.*.js - Script that spins up an Express server.
  • webpack.*.js - Configuration for Webpack.
  • Gulpfile.js - Project tasks. Currently we have linting.
  • karma*.config.js - Configuration for unit tests.


npm install
npm start


  • gulp - lints the code
  • npm run build - bundles the code for production deploying
  • npm test - run tests using PhantomJS
  • npm run test-debug - run tests using Google Chrome and enable js debugger

Supported browsers

We don't support versions lower than IE10 because we use flexbox in a small part of the homepage.

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