Starter kit with "Most Wanted" application features
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I like short README's so here we go 😎

How to start?

Just run this command:

npx create-react-app test-app --scripts-version rmw-react-scripts

I rather checkout the DEMO first. Where is it?

Here you go DEMO. The DEMO is just a DEMO. It has no real purpose "to do" some usefull stuff. Just to show you what your project could look like.

What is this?

React Most Wanted is a react Starter Kit based on Create React App and Material-UI that uses Firebase.

Why shold I use it?

Check this out:

  • it is build with CRA and even if you use this Starter Kit your CRA scripts will work properly. You will be able to make every CRA update as if you have started with it. We don't eject anyone from CRA 😄
  • it is based on a library rmw-shell witch keeps your project up to date when we make bugfixes or add new features. It is like a shell for your project where the hard work is already done for you.
  • there is a simple script to start a fresh project without forking anything npx create-react-app test-app --scripts-version rmw-react-scripts
  • it has all "MOST WANTED" features build in. That is where the name comes from 😉 We come to the features a little bit later.
  • it is customisable
  • it uses Firebase 😄
  • it is Best Practice Project PWA (Progressive Web Application)
  • you will love it once you start using it 😄

What are those "Most Wanted" features?

Let's take a look at some of them:

  • Material UI
  • code splitting
  • redux implementation
  • firebase to redux sync
  • authentication
  • authorisation
  • push notifications UI integration
  • theming
  • internationalisation
  • build in CI (Continuouos Integration)
  • build in CD (Continuouos Deployment)
  • realtime forms (isn't that awesome 😄 )
  • ... and lot more I just can't remember

Are there more in depth informations about this project?

Sure. It is a project made over years and still fully supported. Reason for that is that we use it in our company for production projects so it has to work for at least some years. Good enough for the JavaScript ecosystem 😉

The informations you are seeking are skatered over some Medium articles writen by me at the time I was working on solving some problems in this project. So they should explain some core parts in detail:

How can I make it MY project?

We have you covered. Here is a codelab that will walk you trough the whole process of creating a new project and deploying it.

I have a problem. Where to ask?

It depends on your problem. If you have a question please join our gitter room. If you notice a issue in the project don't hasitate to fill out a issue report to this project here.

I like this. Can I help somehow?

YEEEEEEES 😄 Everyone is welcome to send PRs and if you don't know where to start just write to me on twitter. There is always some work to do.

And if you don't have time to code with use show some 💙 and give this project a ⭐️ and tell the 🌍 about it

There are way to much 😄 in this README. Are you crazy?

YES! :trollface:


Thank you to BrowserStack for providing the infrastructure that allows us to test in real browsers. Thanks to @SiradDev for creating the logo for this project 😄


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