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Welcome back! This article is the part of “Getting started with Fable” series, so if you missed the previous articles please visit:
The idea of these series is to create a template which can be used as a starting point for enterprise application of any complexity. So as I’d love to see a functional application with routing, state management, unit tests, end-to-end tests, all possible linting tools, code style checkers, environment dependant configuration, build scripts (I hope I didn’t forget anything important).
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This article is the continuation of the “Getting started with Fable” series, so if you missed the previous one please visit https://antongorbikov.wordpress.com/2019/08/29/getting-started-with-fable/ .
So to briefly recall in the first article we’ve set up the development environment to start the Fable/React project. Now it’s time to prepare a minimal compilable project, which often called a scaffold. The reason I’m writing this is the fact that https://fable.io/ in my personal opinion doesn’t provide enough details and explanations. It has enough samples but lacks explanations. So I’ll try to fill this gap. This guide is written by the front-end developer, so take in mind that I can assume some things (which are common in front-end development) and give them without detailed explanation. I’ll try to avoid such things, because the idea is to prepare a guide for any developer without any specific background. But if you find something unclear feel free to leave a comment I’ll update the articles with required explanations.
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