The starter files can be found in the GitHub repo:github.com/chris-on-code/make-react-apps
You're going to want to clone that repo into your own computer. You'll notice that each app folder has a finished and start folder.
- finished: The final files for the app
- start: The starter files where we'll work through our apps
Starting an App
When we start a new app, always be sure to install the dependencies of each app.
Run npm install or yarn in each folder so that we get our dependencies installed into a node_modules folder.
Then we can start our React app using npm start or yarn start.
To recap, inside of the finished or start folders:
- Install dependencies: npm install or yarn
- Start the app: npm start or yarn start