I have about eight questions.
If you would, please respond to them by number so that I can more easily understand the answer to them.
Aside: When I am able I am going to order at least a years worth of Codecademy as a thank you for the free tutorials that you have that helped me in my endeavor. You have my word.
- How do I put an app I created using create-react-app on my website?
- and how to put it on any url, folder I want?
Someone told me that I would have to do Server-Side-Rendering in, but I don’t know Server-Side-Rendering, and they told me that Server-Side-Rendering is hard, long story.
- Is there an easier way to do it than SSR?
For now, I was thinking about just copying and pasting my react component and other files into a folder or folders in my main website folder and then creating a page on my website and using the and and then making a root element on that page for the react-app to use.
4. Would that work?
Do you have a tutorial that would teach me how to use SSR enough to be able to use create-react-app to put my app on my website?
What are your recommendations?
What are your thoughts?
From here on out, Should I just write my react code directly in my website folder(s)?
When I was taking your free tutorials, it talked about using create-react-app so I went through and did the tic-tac-toe tutorial on Reactjs.org using create-react-app.
I have my react main file containing a src file that contains all the files ( the main index.js file that has the main Game component that is the parent to all the child and grandchild components files including the main index.css file for it ).
Thanks to your tutorials and the react tutorials and etc, I was able to also finish the Reactjs improvement challenges at the end of the tic-tac-toe tutorial and then I added my own improvement challenges.
I want to put the TTT app on my website and link it to my website portfolio or put directly on my website’s portfolio page in hopes that it will show potential employers that I know the basics of html, css, js, reactjs in hopes that someone will give me a shot and hire me and allow me, help me continue to improve as I work for them, especially since time is of the essence and I am unemployed, especially since I do like coding ( except for when I get stuck… but thanks to you I have learned to consider getting stuck to be part of the process and a learning experience.).
Doing my best to learn,