A Better Way to Structure React Projects. A more standard way of structuring React applications which scales across frameworks and projects. A complex React project should be structured like this. Although I use NextJS in production, this file structure should be quite useful in any React setting.
Hello, everyone! A lot of e-ink has already been spilt on the relatively easier pickings of “Doing X in React” or “Using React with technology X”.
So instead, I want to talk about the experiences I've had building frontends from scratch at DelightChat and at my previous companies.
These projects require a deeper understanding of React and extended usage in a production setting.
In a nutshell, a complex React project should be structured like this. Although I use NextJS in production, this file structure should be quite useful in any React setting.
src |---adapters |---contexts |---components |---styles |---pages
Note: In the above file structure, the assets or static files should be placed in whatever the variant of
public * folder for your framework is.*
For each of the above folders, let’s discuss them in order of precedence.
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