Reacting to React: setup a base project

I wanted to have a step by step procedure to have a basic React project to fiddle with, without using some online service like JSFiddle.

Maybe I’m an old-fashioned developer, but I like to have the source code for my experiments on my hard drive, always available, even when I’m offline. That’s also why in the examples below I download every single library.

So let’s start!

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