ReactJS is an open-source library that makes it effortless to create and maintain interactive UI specifically for single-page applications. Many developers are using it because of its flexibility, integrity, and its feature to bring Html directly into JS. Many well-known corporations such as Facebook, Uber, and Instagram used the ReactJS framework to create interfaces. To get ReactJS on Ubuntu, follow the procedure given below:
How to Install ReactJS on Ubuntu 20.04?
First, we need to install NPM, which is a dependency management tool containing all libraries. You can download any software package without login:
To install npm, open up the terminal and type the following command:
To verify if the installation is completed successfully, check the npm version through the command:
The npm will also install the node library along. To confirm its version, type:
Install Create-React-App tool
Install create-react-app helps to set all tools required to create React Applications.
Run the following npm command to install the create-react-app utility:
$ sudo npm -g install create-react-app
Check if the version is updated using the command:
$ create-react-app –version
The downloading process has been completed. Now you can create React-Application.
I am giving the name of the application as “linuxhint”. Run the below-mentioned command to create an application:
$ create-react-app linuxhint
After getting all packages, change the directory using:
Now, to run react application named linuxhint, type mentioned command:
You will get the following output:
And your browser will open-up and shows you that the app is up and running with local host-3000: