How to build your own react package and npm install in another project

How to build your own react package and npm install in another project

If you ever want to publish your own library, you will need to upload a new project onto github. In this tutorial, I will teach all of you how to create your own react project, upload it to github, create another react project and uploading the initially created project as a package.

If you ever want to publish your own library, you will need to upload a new project onto github.

In this tutorial, I will teach all of you how to create your own react project, upload it to github, create another react project and uploading the initially created project as a package.

Now create a folder and create index.js. Index.js is where you will be exporting your functions from the package.

Afterward, create a package.json within the same folder and include the following:

This will be a repository consists of util functions that we will export.

Afterward, create index.js and include the following:

Next, we need to log in to github.com. If you haven’t created any account please do so.

Afterward, go to https://github.com/new and create a public repository. You can name it anything and you want and don’t initialize the readme. Click “Create Repository”.

Now go to terminal and ls to the directory/folder that contains index.js(I name it as utilsExport.js but it is really index.js) and package.json. Your project structure should look something similar to this:

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