If you're developing a Single Page Application, you're probably familiar with bundling tools like Webpack or Browserify, which assist you in building deployable assets from your source code and dependencies. Using Webpacks's code-splitting feature gives more control on how and when parts of you application script are loaded from the server.
Some time ago I started a little side project in order to fiddle with a few different technologies and get to know them better. Using socket.io and React I created a remake of Battleships - a turn based game for two players (...)
One great feature of React library is its support for pre-rendering UI components server-side. It's a pretty straightforward task when using Node but could we reuse our React UI also with other server environments, like ASP.NET? In this post I describe my attempt on rendering React components inside ASP.NET Razor views with help of ReactJS.NET and Browserify (...)