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README.md

Quokka Create-React-App Sample

This example project shows Quokka configured for a create-react-app application created using v3.0.1 with all defaults.

Try Quokka on this project

To try Quokka with this project, you'll need to clone this repo and run yarn install. After installing the packages, you're ready to go.

  1. Open up src/QuokkaExample.js.
  2. Start Quokka
  3. In the example, you will see that we import src/App.js and load it into the browser DOM. We then access the component from the DOM by its class name and are outputting its innerHTML, which displays both inline in your editor and within the Quokka console.

How did we configure Quokka for this project?

Because create-react-app has a few runtime dependencies, we needed to specify some additional Quokka configuration to run project files:

  1. Install jsdom-quokka-plugin package to provide browser-like environment.
  2. Install @babel/register package to allow Quokka to run babel on imports.
yarn add jsdom-quokka-plugin @babel/register --dev
  1. Add a .quokka project file that tells Quokka to use the jsdom-quokka-plugin and to transpile your files using the react-app babel preset.

Please note: you may install the jsdom-quokka-plugin and @babel/register packages to your global quokka folder if you don't want to pollute your project's node modules. If you install globally, you will not need to add them again for subsequent projects.

To install the packages in your global quokka folder:

cd ~/.quokka
npm install jsdom-quokka-plugin @babel/register
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