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you can use github.com/kimmobrunfeldt/concurre...

or you can use a shell script

cd frontend_path && npm start
cd backend_path && npm start
 

I actually meant one /package.json file with two folders /front/ and /back/ which only contain the source code - no config files or node_modules. You can look at the source code to better understand what I mean. The reason I ask this is I want to know how flexible React is.

 

I guess that is not a good way to use package.json since package.json's main role is to manage dependencies.

Hmm, didn't think of it from that perspective.

I've re worded my post to better convey the question I was trying to ask :)

 
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