Step 1: Install Node.js
Step 2: Install a Code Editor
Once you have installed Node.js, the next step is to install a code editor. A code editor is software that allows you to write and edit code. There are many code editors available, but some popular options include Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, and Atom. Choose the code editor that you are most comfortable with and install it on your computer.
Step 3: Install React.js
Now that you have Node.js and a code editor installed, it is time to install React.js. To do this, open a terminal window and enter the following command:
npm install -g react
This will install React.js globally on your computer, making it available for use in any project.
Step 4: Install Additional Dependencies
In addition to React.js, there are a few other dependencies that you will need to install in order to use the React.js framework. These dependencies include React Router, React DOM, and React Redux. To install these dependencies, enter the following commands in your terminal window:
npm install react-router-dom npm install react-dom npm install react-redux
Step 5: Create a New Project
Now that you have all of the necessary dependencies installed, it is time to create a new project. To do this, navigate to the directory where you want to create your project and enter the following command:
This will create a new React.js project with the name "my-project".
Step 6: Run Your Project
Now that you have created a new project, it is time to run it. To do this, navigate to the project directory and enter the following command:
This will start a development server and open your project in a browser window. You can now start writing and executing React.js code.