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    React Presentational React Components

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    Boilerplate for reusable and declouped presentational react components.

    The main idea of this project was based on develop decoupled components in a isolated environment. We don't need to use an entire application to build our components, we just need some place to run and test them.

    Getting Started


    Node >= 4 npm install

    Folders and Files

    ├── css
    │   └── main.css
    ├── src
    │   └── Main.js
    ├── stories
    │   └── Main.js
    ├── storybook
    │   ├── config.js
    │   └── webpack.config.js
    ├── tests
    │   ├── helpers
    │   │   └── setup.js
    │   └── specs
    │       └── Main.spec.js
    ├── .babelrc
    ├── .editorconfig
    ├── .eslintrc
    ├── .gitignore
    ├── .npmignore
    ├── .travis.yml
    └── package.json

    Creating your Component

    Writing your code

    Write your component code on src/Main.js, you can create another files for composable components also.

    import React from 'react';
    import PropTypes from 'prop-types';
    const Component = ({ name }) => (
        <h1>Hello {name}!</h1>
    Component.propTypes = {
        name: PropTypes.string.isRequired,
    export default Component;

    Writing Stories

    ( Follow the example above:

    storiesOf('Component', module)
        .add('my first presentational component', () => (
            <Component name="First" />
        .add('my second presentational component', () => (
            <Component name="Second" />

    Every new story will be available on the left side panel of React Storybook to see different cases.

    Running your code

    Just use npm start, Runs the app in development mode. Open http://localhost:9001 to view it in the browser.

    The page will reload if you make edits and you will see the build errors and lint warnings in the console.

    Running tests

    • npm test: run your tests in a single-run mode.
    • npm run test:tdd: run and keep watching your test files.
    • npm run test:coverage: prints and create html files by istanbul coverage.

    Linting your code

    In order to keep your code clean and consistent we use eslint with Airbnb preset. We have 2 tasks for this:

    • npm run lint: lint all files searching for errors.
    • npm run lint:fix: fix automaticaly some lint errors.

    Deploy your component

    You can deploy your component (inside Storybook) to github pages running the command npm run deploy-storybook.

    Why use this?

    We believe that start to code shouldn't be hard, so you don't need to concern about configurations and tools, just create your pretty stuff. With this structure, your environment will have everything you need to build a modern React Component:

    • React, JSX and ES6 support with Babel.
    • A dev server with live reload
    • Stack for tests
    • Linters
    • A build script to compile and minify for production

    What we use?


    React Storybook - to tell stories with different behaviors of the component and provide an example page.

    Style Guide



    Code Standarts

    This project uses eslint and .editorconfig is defined to have indent_size of 4 spaces.

    This project also uses Husky to prevent to push code with lint errors or broken tests. If you don't want this, you can uninstall running npm uninstall --save-dev husky and deleting the prepush command on package.json.


    npm i presentional-react-components

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