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Hands-on-Application-Development-with-React-and-Bootstrap

Hands-on Application Development with React and Bootstrap, published by Packt

Owing to space constraints I had to take a few things out. Originally, I had every begin and done folder "ready to go". They contained all the images, which never change. They took up too much space so they're in assets, but I didn't copy them to every folder. If you want to review a working app from any project, just copy the images folder into the public folder.

I also had to take out the finished site. You can find that on my github page at https://github.com/brucevanhorn2/reactstrap-course

If you find it useful, please star it for me.

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