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README.md

D3-React Boilerplate

A boilerplate workflow for using D3 and React together.

System Dependencies

In order to use or contribute to this repo you'll need the following things installed on your system:

Getting Started

To start working with this repo and build your own application with D3 and React, we recommend you either download the code for the latest release from the [releases] page, or fork this repo and use git to clone your fork.

Once the code is on your machine open a terminal in its directory and run npm install; this will install all our dependencies and you'll be able to run the project's tasks.

Automation Tasks

The following tasks are provided by this boilerplate for use during development.

start

npm start runs a local development server that uses hot-reloading of assets. Open a browser to http://localhost:3000 and everything should Just Work™.

build

When you want to do a build, run npm run build. The build will generate your files into public.

publish-patch

npm run publish-patch ensures you're on the master branch, have the latest pull, that your dependencies match your package.json. It then bumps the patch version in the package.json, and pushes both master and version tags to your git origin.

publish-minor

npm run publish-minor ensures you're on the master branch, have the latest pull, that your dependencies match your package.json. It then bumps the minor version in the package.json, and pushes both master and version tags to your git origin.

publish-major

npm run publish-major ensures you're on the master branch, have the latest pull, that your dependencies match your package.json. It then bumps the major version in the package.json, and pushes both master and version tags to your git origin.

lint

npm run lint runs JSHint on your src directory.

validate

npm run validate checks to make sure your installed node_modules match the dependencies listed in your package.json.

Pre-commit Hook

This boilerplate includes a pre-commit hook that runs lint, validate, and build before allowing you to commit code.

Webpack

This project uses Webpack, but proxied through the hjs-Webpack project for ease of setup. Further information on customizing this build process can be found there.

Tech Stack and Tool Chain

This project makes liberal use of the following technologies: