react-manifest is a tool for creating, deploying, and managing React apps. It’s a little easier than using webpack, but still takes some getting used to.
Yes, you can create an app using webpack and make it easy to deploy and manage, but when you use react-manifest you don’t need to be as limited as a webpack app ever was. The beauty of react-manifest is that you can use it to create single page apps and even react apps inside other apps.
Its a good thing too, because react-manifest can build apps that are anything from single page apps, to an entire application with all the elements you need to run it. Its a great tool for creating, deploying, and managing React apps. But if you really want to build stuff that you can use to run your applications, well, you can use webpack and just write the code in your browser.
With React.createClass(), you write in code to the DOM instead of the browser. This means that it can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used as a replacement for vanilla JS code, it can be used to write the code that gets compiled into your application, or it can be used to create a react app.
In any case, we’re going to see some more of this stuff in the next day or so, so we’re going to have to wait and see. But for now, let’s just take a look at react-manifest.
The new manifest is a way to tell your React app (or any React app for that matter) to treat a certain file as a manifest. This is a pretty important concept because some apps (like Node) don’t know how to read manifest files. The good news is that react-manifest’s main benefit is that it’s simple to read and easy to use.
In a nutshell, if your app was to be able to read a manifest file, it would have to read the.json file in assets/manifest.json. This.json file is just a flat JSON file. Basically an array of json objects. So you can treat it as an array of json objects, and the array can be nested up to a maximum of 10 levels deep.
React-manifests is a module that can be used to read in json from a json file in the assets manifest.json file. It can read and write from the file, or from an array of json files. If you have no json files in your app, then react-manifests would be useless. You can also add custom json files to the asset manifest.json file, which is what we’re doing in the new release.
React-manifests is also the module that allows you to use the react-native-json library.
Well, I wouldn’t say that react-manifests is useless, but it is a little bit more complex than the native json library, so you’ll probably want to read up on both before you start using react-manifests.