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How are you bundling a React Component Library?
9 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 12 Dec 2021
At first i thought that this was THE solution but looking deeper at the source code, this tool is a wrapper around a wrapper around a wrapper.... Don't get me wrong, it probably works, but it's currently using a rollup configuration that was created in 2018, the package itself has not seen any updates in 17 months and has 106 open issues. Also the owner says himself that he's not able to work that much on it anymore and suggest to use TSDX which in return hasn't been updated in several months, many open issues and extensive customization is recommended with patch-package which already in itself is a red-flag :(
Awesome React Resources
34 projects | dev.to | 4 Dec 2021
create-react-library - CLI for creating reusable, modern React libraries using Rollup and create-react-app.
Build your own styled-components
2 projects | dev.to | 4 Aug 2021
Using create-react-library to scaffold a React component library.
How Did I build My First React Package
3 projects | dev.to | 13 Jun 2021
Looking for recommendation for react component starter
2 projects | reddit.com/r/react | 16 Jan 2021
Just found this: https://github.com/transitive-bullshit/create-react-library
How to Deploy a Monorepo with TurboRepo on Heroku
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Jun 2022
TurboRepo does it in a fast and intelligent way without much effort.
Questions about structuring and using a monorepo
2 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 6 Jun 2022
Yes, I'm not Google and I'm also somewhat weary of monorepos. I've never used them and in my mind, I associate them with monolithic codebases, but that doesn't have to be the case. However, it sounds like you don't know much about monorepos either because the concerns you've raised are non-issues if you are using a tool like NX or Turborepo (e.g. building all of your projects if you fix a typo in the mobile client). I've only discovered these solutions yesterday myself, so I don't know much about this.
How to merge two or more repos into a new one without losing the history
1 project | dev.to | 3 Jun 2022
So, I decided to give a try Monorepo with TurboRepo.
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4 projects | reddit.com/r/leetcode | 26 May 2022
Lerna used to walk, now it can fly!
4 projects | dev.to | 25 May 2022
But let's do some more real "apples-to-apples" comparison of Lerna's speed with useNx enabled. For benchmarking Nx we have set up a repo in the past which we regularly use to measure the speed of new Nx releases with other similar tools on the market such as Lage and Turborepo: https://github.com/vsavkin/large-monorepo. We now added Lerna+Nx (Lerna with useNx enabled) to that repo to measure the impact.
Implementing Microservices in NodeJS
Give Nx a try https://nx.dev/. I’ve heard good things about TurboRepo but I haven’t used it yet https://turborepo.org/
Lerna has gone. Which Monorepo is right for a Node.js BACKEND now?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 4 May 2022
https://turborepo.org/ is pretty good.
Your first Turborepo
5 projects | dev.to | 29 Apr 2022
If you're wondering you can just go to their docs and set it up yourself, yes, you absolutely can. They have a cli which can help you setup a new project and they have a solid set of examples for most scenarios. But, it is super fun setting things up from scratch, and I wanted to see how much of work it is with Turborepo.5 projects | dev.to | 29 Apr 2022
Monorepos are fantastic. They let you maintain all your projects in a single repository. I use one at my workplace and I see its advantages everyday. If you know anything about monorepos, setting them up can be tricky sometimes. Recently, I've been following the developments over at Turborepo, which attempts to make setting up the tooling for monorepose simpler. The more I look through their docs, the more I get exited about using it. So, I gave it a shot and I have to say, the experience has been fantastic.
Adding react to a backend
2 projects | reddit.com/r/react | 25 Apr 2022
To name a few, there are alternatives like Turborepo, NPM or Yarn Workspaces and many more.
What are some alternatives?
nx - Smart, Fast and Extensible Build System
vite - Next generation frontend tooling. It's fast!
tsdx - Zero-config CLI for TypeScript package development
storybook - 📓 The UI component explorer. Develop, document, & test React, Vue, Angular, Web Components, Ember, Svelte & more!
create-react-app - Set up a modern web app by running one command.
rushstack - Monorepo for tools developed by the Rush Stack community
lage - Task runner in JS monorepos
vue-express-template - A monorepo template for a full-stack app with Vue 3, Express, TypeScript, Sequelize, and Vite. Demo app features a leaderboard game.
material-ui - MUI Core (formerly Material-UI) is the React UI library you always wanted. Follow your own design system, or start with Material Design.
awesome-software-architecture - A curated list of awesome articles, videos, and other resources to learn and practice about software architecture, patterns, and principles.