The Best File Structure for Your React Components. Component structure is crucial for React architecture. When we talk about file structure, the discussion focuses on the project as a whole. But what is equally important (and often overlooked) is the question of how to best structure components.
Creating an adequate and scalable file structure for front end projects can be challenging. The freedom we have when using un-opinionated tools like React comes with a great deal of responsibility.
Usually, when we talk about file structure, the discussion focuses on the project as a whole. But what is equally important (and often overlooked) is the question of how to best structure components.
Let me show you what I mean.
Components are the building blocks of every React app. As such, they can be treated as mini-projects in and of themselves. A component should be as self-contained as possible (but not more so).
A typical component directory might look something like this:
├── components │ ├── Component │ │ ├── SubComponent │ │ │ ├── SubComponent.test.tsx │ │ │ ├── index.tsx │ │ ├── Component.stories.tsx │ │ ├── Component.test.tsx │ │ ├── icon.svg │ │ ├── index.tsx │ │ ├── utils.ts │ │ ├── utils.test.ts
Let's break it down.
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