Preface

The following software versions have been used:

Tool/library Description Versions

Create React App

Tool for generating React apps

3.4.1

Cypress

Automated test system

4.11.0

Gatsby

Tool for generating React apps

2.23.12

Material-UI

Component library

4.11.0

Node

JavaScript runtime

v10.17.0

NPM

The Node package manager

6.11.3

NVM

Tool for running multiple Node environments

0.33.2

NWB

Tool for generating React apps

0.25.x

Next.js

Tool for generating React apps

9.5.1

Preact

Lightweight React-like framework

10.3.2

Preact Custom Elements

Library to create custom elements

3.0.0

Rails

Web development framework

6.0.3.2

Razzle

Tool for generating React apps

3.1.6

React

Web framework

16.13.1

React Media

Media queries in React code

1.10.0

React Router (DOM)

Library for managing React routes

5.2.0

React Testing Library

Unit testing library for React

9.3.2

Ruby

Language used by Rails

2.7.0p0

Storybook

Component gallery system

5.3.19

Typescript

Type-safe extension to JavaScript

3.7.2

Webpacker

Tool for adding React to Rails apps

4.2.2

Yarn

Another Node package manager

1.12.3

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Note

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