This post was originally published on August 14, 2020 on my blog.
I love when this happens. I talk about it all the time in regard to the fact that learning something once usually isn't enough to really stick.
It might be that we don't have enough overall awareness of the subject matter at hand at that specific moment in time or we might not be as focused as we could be on another day.
Anyway, I always advocate not giving up on learning something - especially coding-related - when it doesn't stick after the first time (or first few times!).
We run a React app using Node (npm) - usually 'npm start' on the command line.
Once the app is started ('npm start'), Webpack is called to run and watches for any files that may have changed since the last time it was run.
I'm fairly sure that's how it works, but I could definitely be off on a point, so if you're more experienced with React, Webpack, and Babel - feedback is certainly welcome!
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