Creating React components is easy. Designing and publishing truly reusable React components is hard. Cory House shares lessons learned from creating a library of reusable React components at Cox Automotive.
Cory begins with a summary of Cox’s pain points—inconsistency, being overwhelmed at project setup, and significant duplication—before explaining how the company addressed private package hosting, documentation generation, publication, and dissemination. Cory concludes by showing how Cox integrated its React component library into a comprehensive and highly opinionated framework that utilizes React, Redux, its components, and over 100 packages that are all wrapped up into a single npm package for maintainability and easy updates.
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