This segment covers👇 You can read the text in 2 minutes. Solving the exercises might take longer.
We're building the StubHub app we talked about earlier. List events, show them, filter them, make a checkout form. It's going to be great.
This page serves as an outline of how we're going to approach it. You can think of it as a more structured version of the commit history on my example app repository.
As we go along, I'm going to put code in this repository. Each step is going to have its own set of commits.
Here's the general plan 👇
We'll use the original example repo as guidance so we don't spend too much time in the weeds.
Your journey begins with the starter repo.
$ git clone https://github.com/Swizec/stubhub-workshop-code-boston-day-2 $ cd redux-workshop-starter-repo $ npm install
This gives you a project set up with
create-react-app with everything you need to work on this project
Apiclass that talks to StubHub
all files stubbed with
In theory you should be able to focus just on React and Redux fundamentals and not have to worry about any boilerplate. You might have to comment out some imports until we implement them.
The following is an outline. If you're reading this post-facto, you can look at the Day-of code repository's commit history. It should closely reflect this outline.