Install Quicksilver

 

This post is a part of a series on integrating react and ASP.NET.

What: create-react-app on Episerver
Why: create-react-app is easy. react and Episerver are powerful.

In my previous post I explained:

Now, we’ll create an ASP.NET MVC 5 website. Or, rather, we’ll use Episerver’s ecommerce demo platform, Quicksilver.

Prerequisites

  • Visual studio for building and running your ASP.NET MVC 5 app (Quicksilver!) in development
  • MS Sql Server for your Quicksilver site’s database
  • IIS for running your ASP.NET MVC app in production
  • nodejs


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create-react-app and ASP.NET MVC 5 – Introduction

This post is a part of a series on integrating react and ASP.NET.

What: create-react-app on Episerver
Why: create-react-app is easy. react and Episerver are powerful.

create-react-app is the starter project for getting up and running quickly with the ReactJS frontend framework. It’s the training wheels for React; you don’t have to figure out webpack. I want to use it to enhance an ASP.NET MVC 5 site with rich components.

Prior Art

There’s a lot out there about react and .NET. Some good starting places:

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