Operating System - Environment
- Create Azure Windows 10 VM with VS2017RC
- Size: Standard DS2 v2 (2 cores, 7 GB memory) - This should do.
- Add Data Disk to VM via Azure.
- Expand azure hard drive to 1GB
- Consider automating the hours of operation to save credits/money
- Run Windows 10
Check for updatesand install.
- Disable "Hide extensions for known file types"
- Enable "Show hidden files, folders, and drives"
- Run VS2017RC installer to update to latest versions
- Attach data disk as drive
- Go to nininte.com and install:
- pin all 3 above to task bar.
- Open Chrome and set it as your default browser.
- Ensure React devtools extention is added to Chrome
- Ensure Redux devtools extention is added to Chrome
- Install yarn
Cmder (Console Emulator)
- Download Cmder with git-for-windows
- Extract into
- Execute cmder.
In Cmder settings Configure PowerShell as default console.
Open Cmder in Powershell and
- Pin Cmder to task bar.
- Install Node 6.9.4 (for this blog)
Don't install 7 or higher until you are sure webpack-dev-server support is compatible.
node -v. you should see the following:
While at it what determine the version of npm and yarn? `npm -v`
λ node -v v6.9.4
**What is node?**
λ npm -v 3.10.10 λ yarn --version 0.19.1
**What is npm?**
**What is yarn?**
Yarn is a package manager for your code. It allows you to use and share code with other developers from around the world. Yarn does this quickly, securely, and reliably so you don’t ever have to worry. We are going to use yarn in place of npm.
VS Code Plugins
ext install csharp
ext install tslint
ext install vscode-eslint
- Typescript React/Redux Snippets
ext install typescript-react-snippets
- React Redux ES6 Snippets
ext install react-redux-es6-snippets
ext install PowerShell
let's write some code.