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Ibrahima Ndaw
Mar 16, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Everything you need to know about react-scripts

Ibrahima Ndaw JavaScript enthusiast, full-stack developer, and blogger who also dabbles in UI/UX design.

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5 Replies to "Everything you need to know about react-scripts"

  1. `react-scripts` is great because you don’t have to manage tones of dependencies, but just a single one. It comes with most useful tools & dependencies, such as eslint, jest, babel, and webpack, which is powerful bundler but configuring it is a real nightmare. `react-scripts` saves all that.

    Also, it is possible to integrate `react-scripts` to already existing app. I strongly recommend it.

  2. You’ve mentioned that these default scripts can be edited. That is exactly what I’m looking for, I need to edit “start” but I can’t find a way to do it. 
    Do You have an article on that? 

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