Before you can use React, you must be able to install React. As far as requirements go, make sure that you have the latest version of Node installed on your computer. Head over to http://nodejs.org/ and get the latest (LTS) version. Run through the prompts and you should be set-up. After the installation, you can verify that you have node installed by typing in node -v _into your terminal. You’ll also need to verify that _npm _was installed by typing in _npm -v. The node package manager, npm, will be installed with Node. Why do you need npm? Because React is just an npm package. Finally, run _npx -v _to verify that the npm package runner is installed. This is what we’re going to be using to install React onto our computers.
You may also want to get the React Developer Tools browser extension to be able to view how your React app is functioning in the browser.
And we’re all set. Open your terminal and navigate to a directory where you would like to create your React app. Run the command:
c:\youtube>npx create-react-app yt-react
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